Question about Harley Davidson FLHT Electra Glide Standard Motorcycles
Check the rear brake light switch. To find it, find the metal brake line coming out of the rear master cylinder going to the rear brake. Follow this line and underneath the bike you'll find a tee fitting with a pressure switch. This is the rear brake light switch. With the ignition switch on, one of the lugs on the switch should have voltage on it. If not, trace the wire back to the switch looking for a break. If it does, the switch is probably bad but you should have a front brake light switch as well. It should work even if the rear switch doesn't. If this is the case, either the front switch is bad as well or you have a wiring problem going back to the rear brake light.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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