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1999 Road King Brake lights will not come on - 2000 Harley Davidson FLHR-FLHRI Road king

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Sounds like you have a bad rear brake light switch, both front and rear brake lights work through this pressure switch.

Find the rear master cylinder and the metal brake line that comes out of it and goes under the bike towards the rear wheel. Follow this metal line until you come to a tee in the line. There is a pressure switch screwed into the line at the tee. Make sure the wires are plugged onto this switch. If they are and you still don't have a brake light, you may need a new pressure switch. Simply screw the old one out and the new in. Do not depress the rear brake pedal with the switch out.

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Posted on Sep 09, 2010

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