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Motorcycle Rear Brake Light Switch Adjustment
Working... Remind me later Review A privacy reminder from YouTube, a Google company Skip navigation GBUploadSign inSearch Loading... if it's not working, your brake light is probably stuck on...check your hand as well as foot levers to make sure the clicker is pushed in. (small piece under the front Honestly I think I may just take it into Nor Cal Cycles in Millbrae this weekend. navigate here
Sign in 2 Loading... Check your rear brake and front brake switches... Human Verification In order to verify that you are a human and not a spam bot, please enter the answer into the following box below based on the instructions contained in Does the tail light have a red, black, blue and yellow wire on it??
Motorcycle Rear Brake Light Switch Adjustment
Loading... You'll see a little plastic piston thing that when you press on the brake pedal, it pulls and activates the switch. Hey sky I figured you would show up at some point on this one. 02 F4i track build-fully built motor, 600rr swinger and rear master, 1000rr front end and rear shock,
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Nah, battery wouldn't cause that. and both lights are on? basically, there are 2 connecters, coming to the OEM tail light assy....each with 3 wires. Front Brake Switch Yeah the rear brake switch was stuck open I never thought to look there as I have never replaced it.
not both. Motorcycle Front Brake Light Switch Lorry View Public Profile Find More Posts by Lorry 01-07-2010, 12:41 PM #12 hitman5532 The Anti-Squid Join Date: Mar 2003 Location: At the racetrack Motorcycles: Got a few.... I hooked everything up and I can get the running lights, brake lights, and blinkers to work. Thank you all for your help.
i'm assuming it's a intergrated unit since there is only one plug hole and it has three wires. Motorcycle Brake Light Switch I've had blown fuses that I couldn't see before... It looks like it never did though, and nothing was bent or broken or out of adjustment or anything like that at all, I have no idea what the deal was. Pro-Hated Since 2009! 04-21-2009, 07:01 AM #12 DirtyToes Registered User Join Date: Jan 2007 Location: LA, CA, USA Bike: 2009 f4i Gender: Male Posts: 2,593 Re: 2001
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solid green on f4i is always ground so connect... We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. Motorcycle Rear Brake Light Switch Adjustment for the 4th and 5th plug, should be the orange, and blue tab'ed connectors... Honda Front Brake Light Switch This causes the lever to not compleatly disengauge.
Join Date: Dec 2007 Location: Mountain View, CA Motorcycles: GS500E, K1300GT Name: Chris It's always nice when you get your money's worth from a dealer service. check over here that would mean a wiring problem.. if you have a volt meter hook it up and see if the non grounds say 12v. Either add resistors in parallel to the signal cables, or replace the flasher relay with one that can handle LED's. Motorcycle Brake Lights Not Working
If disconnecting the front or rear brake sensor causes the brake light to go out, you've clearly identified the source of the problem. Here's why- the front brake lever has a switch that lights up the second filament as I'm sure you know, but for some reason the brake lever didn't go far enough Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums User Tagging Statistics Search FireBlades.org Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Google Search Search Gallery Advanced Search Go to Page... his comment is here Alright guys, I purchase an 01 F4i from a fellow barf'er about two weeks ago and since the purchase I've been trying to get the tailight to only light up when
Unless you have two tail/brake light bulbs and neither work. Loading... if it is the front switch, cant help with that one i think you have to change that one out, not sure if it can be adjusted.
Thateguhate View Public Profile Find More Posts by Thateguhate 01-07-2010, 12:24 PM #11 Lorry Veteran Join Date: Aug 2003 Location: Willow Glen Motorcycles: F4i Name: On my F4i
The best way to investigate is to disconnect the sensors from the wiring harness. Thateguhate View Public Profile Find More Posts by Thateguhate 01-06-2010, 07:42 PM #2 Burning1 I'm scareoused! Thanks in advance for the help!! if both left and right signals are on the gauge..
Thateguhate View Public Profile Find More Posts by Thateguhate 01-08-2010, 07:24 PM #15 Burning1 I'm scareoused! I had to adjust the trigger point for the rear switch to make it work and disconnect the front switch altogether as it was not working and was keeping the high Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... weblink It should read 0 ohms.
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