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Brake light wiring on 2002 Suzuki volousia

I'm trying to install a "Back-Off" brake module and am not sure which wire to splice it into.

It says the wire between the light and switch but I'm not sure which it is.

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Greetings!

If you're not sure, you'd best leave this modification to someone who can perform this installation for you and provide you with a warranty for their labor.

Also... you may want to check with local law enforcement that your lighting equipment modification is actually legal for your juristiction before you ride with it installed.

Cheers, Jay

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