Brodie, are you still not making the ignition switch fix? Pretty sure my switch just crapped out, and it was originally replaced as part of the recall.
I had the ignition switch recall done at the time it was first available, many thousands of miles ago. No issues at all until a few months ago when the switch, on occasion, would not make contact without a little tweaking of the key. Extra little movement/pressure back and forth of the key was sometimes needed. Once contact was established and the gages etc. cycled, all was good. With the motor running, contact was maintained even with some additional fiddling with the key. I wanted to make sure there weren’t any issues with loosing power while underway.
Then, one morning while preparing to leave home, the ignition switch was completely nonfunctional. (151,430 miles) No mater how many times I tried it, no contact was achieved. Nothing!!! The key functioned fine. The switch was dead. Thank you for the timing on that one for sure......
I ordered a replacement from boats.net and set about removing the brace and switch in preparation for replacement. On a hunch, I purchased some (safe for plastic) contact cleaned from the auto parts store and flushed both the tumblers, and the switch, using the two opens on the bottom of the switch housing for access. I did this a couple of times. After waiting for everything to dry out I reconnected the switch and tried it with instant success. Put the bike back together and have had zero issues over the past 2,500 plus miles. I put a little lube back on the tumblers and it performs as new after many uses.
Because the switch was on backorder, I was able to cancel the order.
Passing this along in case it might help with your issue.