The contact only switches a very low current to energize a relay that turns the lights on and off. The proper repair is to fill in the hole worn on the plastic lever by the rubbing of the turn signal arm. The wear will have produced an oval shaped hole. The post does not wear because it only pushes straight down on the contacts. If you have over heating in the assembly, it may be that it was re-assembled incorrectly.After doing this fix I started to smell smoke and I had identified it coming from the epoxy I used to build up the lever. I have upgraded the fog lights and am nervous that there is too much energy moving through the circuit... I was able to produce a fix by boring out a hole and cutting a piece of coat hanger to create a more stable heat resistant lever, but the underlying concern is that the circuit will over heat. Do people use solid state relays to avoid this? Is this something I should be concerned about burning up the multifunction switch? Am I overthinking this?