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Emergency!! Please Help

Hello everyone on 600rr.net. I'm reaching out and please asking for everyone's kindness. I just recently purchased a used 07 600rr, and it seems to have a FE kit on it with no brake function. The light will turn on just fine, but it won't get brighter as a press on the brakes. I looks like it was a cbrheaven kit. I have this extra cable (looks like resistors) and i don't know what to hook up to what. PLEASE HELP cause i need to get an inspection done tomorrow morning, and i'd like to get this done tonight. Thanks all in advance and this is a AWESOME forum!
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resisitors wont do anything... did you make sure its hooked up right adn doesnt blink when you turn on a certain signal light? Also, does both the rear and front brakes not light up when pressed? Finale are you positive it inst a fuse?

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yes, it's the front and back. I have not checked the fuse yet. DUH! that should've been obvious. any other suggestions?!?
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If the brake light does not work regardless of what brakes you are using
then its got to be one of these 3 reasons 1.A blown up fuse
2.The leds themselves are burnt 3. Short in the wire connection



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Are you sure the brake light sensors are hooked up? Check to see if their is a sprin going from the rear brake to the bike. Also, if their are after market levers on it, the pin that trips the front brake sensor may not be installed. Does it click when you pull the lever in?



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Possible that the running light and brake light wire might be cross.
Or they did an half a$$ job of installing it, twisting the two wires and tape them up.



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yeah they did a boo boo ass job but everything is fixed! thanks guys.
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What was the problem ? please share that info with us thanks man



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Everything was pretty much wired halfass and it had extended resistors wires that added to the confusion, took that off and rewired everything, the light wasn't suppose to be a running light just only when you break, it was on the constant wire.
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Thanks for the info man glad to see you got the problem fixed



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