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I have power in and out of rear stop light switch. No pwer in either wire going to the front stop light switch. any suggestions???

All lights work but no brake light when brakes are applied.

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Hi Anonymous, check the tail light bulb they are famous for failing. Replace it with a high quality heavy duty automotive bulb. Please visit the website below for a free wiring diagram:
Harley Davidson Wiring Diagrams and Schematics
Good luck

Posted on May 02, 2015

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SOURCE: Brake lights do not illuminate with eitheir front

Sounds like you're not getting voltage to the rear brake light pressure switch. The voltage goes to this switch and then to the front switch.

First, find your fuse box or circuit breaker that powers the light. Since you didn't tell me what model bike we're working on the best I can tell you is that the fuse box is usually either under the seat or, in the case of a Sportster, behind the triangular plate on the left side of the bike.

Also, check the connection on the pressure switch. Find your rear brakes master cylinder. There should be a metal brake line coming out of the master cylinder. Follow it back until you come to a "Tee" fitting with a pressure switch in it. Check to make sure the wires are on the prongs of the switch securely.

Good Luck
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Posted on Aug 22, 2010

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SOURCE: No rear brake light on 2009 Ultra. Where is the

The rear brake is activated by a electric/hydraulic switch located in line with the rear brake line. It is located behind the rear brake pedal, and faces forward. It is about 3 1/2" long and an inch in diameter, cylindrically shaped. That is probably what is the problem is. You can check the wires for corrosion and connection first.

Posted on Sep 21, 2010

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SOURCE: my rear brake lights and front brake light stopped

Since neither of your brake lights are working, I'd suspect either the bulb, the socket, or the wiring to the stoplight. Remove the screws and the brake light lens. Take the bulb out and replace it with a new bulb. Look into the socket and make sure the two contacts are clean.

Good Luck
Steve

Posted on Oct 08, 2010

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SOURCE: my brake light is not

If your rear brake light is not working but the front is, this means the pressure switch for the rear brake light is bad. Find the rear brake master cylinder and follow the metal line out of the master cylinder as it goes back towards the rear wheel. In the line, you'll find a "tee" fitting with a pressure switch screwed into it. Make sure all the wires are on the switch. If so, the switch itself may be bad. Replace the switch.

Good Luck
Steve

Posted on Dec 22, 2010

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SOURCE: right hand indicator turns on when front &

Check the earthing on the rear lamp cluster, especialy the break lamp earth.

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Sounds like a wiring problem, rather than the switch.
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Hey Strech thanks again but my bike only has one terminal board and it has 9 places for connections and it bolts behind the coil right behind the back jug


The wiring schematic shows 11 terminals (posts), but 2 aren't used, so 9 sounds about right.
Beings yours is probably mounted vertically, let's say #1 is at the top, and #9 is at the bottom.

#1 should have a VIOLET wire going to the LEFT REAR TURN SIGNAL (disregard all the turn signal info if you're not running turn signals), a BLACK wire going to the LEFT FRONT TURN SIGNAL, and a VIOLET wire going to the EMERGENCY FLASHER SWITCH. THREE WIRES TOTAL

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Your wiring might have been altered in the past, the colors might not be the same, and it is UP TO YOU to verify where/what the opposite ends of each wire connects to.
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