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The brake light is on when i activate the front brake but don t work when i activate the rear brake where is the switch? or where can i have electrical diagram to solve it

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    yadayada May 27, 2011

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Under the bike there is a switch attached to a spring off of the brake pedal, Sometimes if you work the switch manually and spray it with penetrating lube it will work it self out!

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