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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is under your seat right in front of your rear fender long black box runs from left to right wedged between batterie and fender
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
Check the bulb first, check fuses, thn check if theres 'live' current to the brake light wire to the bulb socket (using a tester).
If theres no 'live' current to the bulb socket thn proceed to the brake light switch and check for the 'live' current to the wires there, one of the wires there should have a 'live' current of course having the igntion switch 'on'.
If theres is 'live' current there, thn the switch is faulty it may just need cleaning, try to clean by using WD-40,if it doesn't help thn replace it.
If you still have no 'live' current on any of the wires to the brake switch thn trace the wire (color) from the rear light socket and follow to the fuse box / ignition switch.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
I'm quit sure its the main bearing which supports the crankshaft, sadly this is a complecated replacment and it could be costly, mostly because of the amount of disasembly involved in getting to the main bearing.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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