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Question CBR Heaven "Low" Fender Eliminator wiring question

So i've searched all over the forums and havent found a definitive answer to my issue. The fender eliminator i purchased is http://www.cbrheavenusa2.com/2007-20...-LOW_p_10.html. for my 2007 600rr

-My issue is that i cant get the brake light to work while having a running light.

-I wired my wires per these instructions that came with the kit.



-The ground wires are all green on my bike. So the the black/yellow is actually a green and yellow.

-Here is how i connected my wires. (turn signals and plate light are working perfectly fine)
Bike

-#2 is green/yellow. #1 is white/black. #3 is solid green

Tail light

-The diode is at the intersection of the 3 wires. red seems to be normal and white seems to receive less power( for the running light)



-I am 100% sure #3 is the ground for the tail. My problem is when i connect the the corresponding #1 and #2s, I only have a running light; I have no brake light even when i apply my brakes.
-When i disconnect #2, i still maintain a running light.
-When i connect #2 from the tail to #1 on the bike, i get a constant brake light.
-When i disconnect both #1 and #2 and connect #1 from the tail to #2 on the bike, no power goes to the tail

Is it possible that i have a bad connection for the #2 connector on my bike or is it another issue?

I blew both the primary and spare fuse so i have to wait till the morning to get some more(where can i get some that the same size and amp? i know radioshack sells variety packs, but im not sure if they included these ones) will http://www.walmart.com/ip/Cooper-Bus...Count/20971322 work?

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I bought the same integrated tail light from cbrheaven...worst mistake of my life. They have terrible quality items and the worst instructions on earth. My advice is to call them for some answers since you purchased it from them and never buy from them again.

Edit: I purchased the FE kit as well and i connected the black wire to the black one on the bike and red wire to the black/white one on the bike. Hope this helps.

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I am going to guess. Remove/adjust the rear brake switch behind your right rearset. If you remove the spring and check and it works with your front brake being used that is your problem. T
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should have bought a it lol plug n play bro...
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figured it out! haha. my front brake banjo bolt was pushing on the front brake connector. Just reconnected it, wired it up, and its all good now!
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