Question about 2007 Harley Davidson FXSTC Softail Custom
My 2007 softail rear foot break light stopped working my hand lever still works the light
Late model Harley's have been having a problem with the rear brake light switch.
A quick test is to unplug the two wires from the brake light switch, and jump them together with ignition on and see if the brake light illuminates.
Posted on Nov 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You should have two filaments in the reat taillight lamp, one for tail light and one for brake light. You are not confusing these filaments/functions are you?
What you seem to be saying to me is that you have a lamp that had no tail light filament (burned out) but does have a brake light filament still intact.
Remove the light and check it visually and/or with a contunity tester.
I hope this helps you ...
If I misunderstood your question, please ask me again
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
SOURCE: 2007 Heritage softail
form the sound of it you need a new clutch pak in the starter. Its pretty simply fix. don't let them sell u a new starter just a clutch pak for the starter. I take it by spinning u are not talking about the motor turning over. If its turning over then its not the starter.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
Follow the brake line from the rear of the rear brake master cylinder until you get to a round metal thing with two wires attached to it screwed into a Tee fitting. This is the rear brake light switch.
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
the rear light bulb twinfiliment 5/21watts, the21 watt filiment must have brokek,or the fuse in the brake feed wire has blown
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
I'm going to attach a photo to this solution. The bolts you are taking out hold the caliper together. You don't want to take these out to simply replace the pads. If you're rebuilding the caliper, you'll have to split the caliper to get the pistons out. But, just to replace the pads. You'll see two pins (#35 on the pic) that run across the between the two halves of the caliper. These pins hold the pads into the caliper.
First you must use a large screwdriver to pry the old pads apart. You must get the pistons seated fully down into the caliper. Once you get the pistons seated, drive these pins out to the rear of the caliper. Lift the pads out and drop the new pads in with the fiber side towards the rotor. Do not put the pads in with metal to metal. Don't laugh, i've seen it done before. Then install on pin, install the spring plate that holds the pins in and the brake pads tight, and finally the last pin.
Since you broke the torque on the bolts that hold the caliper together, make sure they are tight. You may have to bleed the brakes as well. Make sure you have a full firm brake pedal and test the brakes to make sure they work before riding the bike.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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