Question about Motorcycles
While it COULD be a "crossed wire", you didn't say WHAT wires you "plugged in".
For example, an Harleys, if the brake light stays on all the time, it's 99% the front brake light switch, at the master cylinder, that's the problem, as the switch is a momentary (spring loaded), normally closed (ON in the normal/relaxed position)
Posted on Oct 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you tried powering the brak circuit itself at bulb. If it comes on then you need to find broken wire between light and switches. Since neither work if you can trace to where they meet break should be behind that.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
I have an 06 F4i myself. There is no gas guage untill you hit your reserve with is close to 0.9 gallons left. Once you hit that you have about 35 miles left. On your next fill up clear your trip meter which you hold down the bottom left button on your gauges and it will clear it. Ride all the way till your reserve kicks on and see how many miles you have gone till reserve. Now you can use that information to help know how much gas you have in your tank.
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
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