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Hi Anonymous, this problem is usually cause by the front brake light switch being out of alignment or the button not retracting all the way keeping your brake light on in a closed circuit, depending on your model year. 1996 and earlier models the right handlebar switch housing had to be tight up against the front brake control housing in order for the front brake light switch button to be fully compressed to stop continuity. In 1997 and later models the button was alot shorter and was more of an alignment issue in the switch housing. Rear brake light switches located in the rear brake line TEE can also fail in the closed circuit condition but extremely rare, usually they fail in an open circuit condition where the brake light is not able to activate. For a free wiring diagram please visit the website below and good luck. Harley Davidson Wiring Diagrams and Schematics
1. If you have the light switch in the wrong mode the lights will not operate when you open the door.
2. If the interior lights do not operate at all (ie you cannot switch them on and off manually)then you need to check the fuse for the interior lights.
3. When set to the correct mode, the interior lights will operate from a door operated switch so if the switch has failed the lights will either stay on or not operate at all when you open and close the door. Eventually these door switches fail with repeated use and need to be replaced. (Consider how many times the small door switch has been operated since 1996).
The shutter speed is controlled by the width of the slit exposing the film. So, the lens will swing at the same speed when set at 1/500 or 1/60 (White setting), therefore it appears on the outside that the shutter speed has not changed. The swing has only 2 speeds, White fast, Yellow slow, selected by the switch on the left beside the rewind knob.
To confirm that the width of the slit is changing (actual shutter speed), open the back and fire the shutter on Yellow 2 (half second), you will see the slit is fully open as the lens swings. Next try Yellow 8, you will see the slit is less than half open, so it exposes the film for a shorter time by having a narrower slit , not faster swing.
This is the same principle in many cameras with curtain shutter.
It may be as simple as a failed door switch. It would appear one of the switches has failed "open" keeping the light on and not allowing the locks to lock. Check each switch to see if you can find an issue with one, perhaps the plastic plunger broke and when the door closes it will not open the switch.
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hi, the first thing i would look at would be the switches inside where the hinge is on the front doors. remove one then try the car see if the light comes on if it does the same then try the other side if when you have one side out the light stays off then you will need to replace the switch that is causing the problem. Failing this you need to look at the one for the back doors and boot if you have these that is. Failing them then the only other option would be to look at the main light switch inside the car their is no real way of testing this but replacing with second hand part will save you money its not worth buying new incase that isnt the cause of the problem.
So look at front door switched first then back then the boot if you have switches located on these parts.
Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
hi from uk you say b/light switch appeares to set properly ?? have removed the elec plug from switch and see if b/light go off? if they go off? then the switch is either not adjusted correctly so when pedal is released the plunger of switch is not being pushed back fully into switch and puttin lights off ? OR running into ditch?? did you press brakes in terror hard to try to avoid? the pedal may be bent slightly? giving same symptom as described above re plunger ? if remove switch and work manually with wire attached and lights stay on with plunger pressed fully in? then switch is fault? please try the above trial/s and come back with update or if you req further help ? best wishes hope this helps /
The door light is controled by a switch that is mounted inside the body of the shredder and is operated by a bayonet type of prong that is attached to the door itself. The most likely causes are: the bayonet attached to the door has come off and the switch never is closed. The other possible is that the switch which is adjustable in most units has gone out of adjustment. If you look at the door and follow the bayonet's path, you will see a slit in the front of the unit the the bayonet fits into and if you look under the slit the screws that adjust the switch, one of which is in a slotted opening. Loosen the screw and pull the screw toward the front of the machine and that shouls cause the switch to be activated when the door is closed. The other possibility is that the switch is bad or the circuit board that the switch connects with is bad, and that's going to take the services of a qualified technician, and that means money. However, the simplest is ususally the switch.
Let me know if this helps.