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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-16-2008, 06:17 PM Thread Starter
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Angry My Brake light stays on?!!! wtf (DANGER)

Man i checked my front and rear brake switch and they are clickin no prob!

My 1st ride this year and the only thing i did today is change my Battery! but i dont see what could be the problem

i have the extended warranty on my 06 10 so ill drive to the dealer tomorow but its scary because my brake light is stuck on and my levers are in top shape.
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do you have aftermarket rearsets or levers? OEM brakelight?

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oem stock! before storing my bike last year i changed my levers for chrome levers! but my brake lever was working no prob with the brake light
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Check/Fiddle with the front brake, I have a feeling even though it's clicking you might have enough pressure to set off the switch. See if that works...

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Aright thx man
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Man i tried but nothing! im going to the dealer tomorow but they might say its not their problem since i switched the oem levers (clutch,front brake) for chrome ones.
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Even though you still hear the clicking, the switch could still be stuck. Pull the connector off the brake light switch, front then rear, and see if that helps at all.
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Even though you still hear the clicking, the switch could still be stuck. Pull the connector off the brake light switch, front then rear, and see if that helps at all.
Aright thanks!
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Even though you still hear the clicking, the switch could still be stuck. Pull the connector off the brake light switch, front then rear, and see if that helps at all.
yep the switch was jamed now its all good
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