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I cant find my rear breaklight swich on my R1 to even figure out why my lights only work with the front lever

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  • Bonez397 Dec 12, 2012

    thanks! found out the previous owner put vortex rear sets on in n didnt buy the pressure switsh that goes inline, I did lol thanks again

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Its usually connected with a spring to u'r brake pedal or built into the master and works of the pressure of you pressing the pedal. look at number 10.
http://www.yamahapartshouse.com/oemparts/a/yam/500444e2f8700209bc78f4ee/electrical-2

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