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Rear brake wires disconnected where do they connect?

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On one end, they connect to the brake light. On the other end, they connect to the rear brake light switch. To find the switch, first find the rear brake master cylinder. There's a metal brake line coming out of the rear of the cylinder headed towards the rear of the bike. Follow this line until you come to a "tee fitting". There is a pressure switch in the tee fitting. The wires connect to the switch via blade connectors.

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