Consists of replacement internal switch contacts, lubricant, diode assembly, and terminal board as required for compliance with ACS Ignition Switch Service Bulletin SB92-01. Kit A-3650-2 contains diode assembly for starter solenoids with one or two coil contacts.
JUMPER USED WHEN LEFT MAG HAS IMPULSE
ACS IGNITION SERVICE KIT A-3650-2
ACS REPAIR KIT EXCELLENT. Did not realize that the diode came with the kit and ordered a separate one. Received the back order items a short time later. All items as ordered. Thank you.
The kit received had all that was required to complete the job, worked as advertised. Service from Aircraft Spruce was great!
Everything you need is included. Reuse the 3 springs under the triangular contacts. Rebuilt switch will be as good as new and this is an inexpensive way to avoid buying a new switch, if you think you need one.
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The ACS ignition switches will not release the key unless in the OFF position.
Per our tech: As long as it is being installed on an ACS Products ignition switch, it will be fine.
The A-3650-2 service kit was designed for the ACS Products ignition switches.
No, the jumper for terminal 1 does not come with this kit.
Per Vendor: No for both questions. The A-3650-2 (11-03654) is for the A-510-2 (11-03170) only and will not give them the start function. There are other internal parts that are different as well.
This (part # 11-03654) is a service kit not a switch. The ACS and TCM switches are similar in size but not the exact same size and dims.