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2006 fxdwg break light stays on whether breaks are in use or not happen whether bike is running or not. Dont know what the problem is all other lights function correctly

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Ok the problem is probably in the front brake light switch. Loosen the bolts that hold the front master cylinder on the handlebars and slide the assembly as close to the right handlebar switch housing as possible. If this does not put the light out, then your front brake light switch is probably defective and needs replacing.

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