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My brake light stays on. I have replaced the back brake and the sensor.

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I don't know what sensor you're talking about unless you're talking about the pressure switch underneath the bike.

Loosen the bolts that hold your front master cylinder on to the handlebars. Slide the master cylinder as close to the right handlebar throttle and switch assembly as possible. This should extinguish your brake light.

If not, your front brake light switch could be bad and need replacing. The switch is located inside the right handlebar switch housing and must be soldered in. Take the two bolts that hold the switch housing halves together out and carefully seperate the halves. The brake light switch is the small switch towards the front brake master cylinder with two wires on it. Unsolder the two wires, remove the small screw that holds the switch in, install the new switch and solder the wires onto it. Reassemble the switch housing.

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Steve

Posted on Aug 04, 2010

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