Question about 2003 Harley Davidson FLSTCI Heritage Classic
If I understand you, you are saying that after using the front brake a bit, the lever does not move as far and your front brake light won't work.
If so, there is no adjustment on the brake light switch per se, but you can loosen the bolts on the master cylinder and move it slightly away from the right switch housing. Move the master cylinder just slighty towards the center of the handlebars. The brake light switch in the front of the switch housing. When you pull the lever, the switch moves out and turns on the light. You shouldn't have to move it more than about an 1/8" or so. Try that.
Good Luck, Steve
Posted on May 06, 2010
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