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Sometimes want crank and when it crank lights dim when I TURN THROTTLE OR PRESS BREAK

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Need more info.. How is your battery doing? If you have a weak battery and/or poor charging system, lights will dim when you push the brake, simply because the brake lights are consuming some of the available current. Lights should actually become slightly brighter when you rev the engine. If it doesn't, then you probably have an issue with the alternator or the regulator/rectifier. Good luck!

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