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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-23-2007, 09:01 PM Thread Starter
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This is a tough one

My Brake light is always on, My turn signals wont work

But

My headlight works, My cluster gauge works

This one stumped me... Thanks in advance for the help!
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-23-2007, 09:21 PM
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check your brake light switches on the brake lever and the rear brake pedal.

are the signals LED?
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check your brake light switches on the brake lever and the rear brake pedal.

are the signals LED?
i have after market rear, and gregs customs in front signals. And my brake light is led
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i have after market rear, and gregs customs in front signals. And my brake light is led
Install a cutomled.com resistor across each front signal.

again, check to ensure the brake lever and brake pedal brake light switches are properly opening and closing. the rear is adjustable and is usually the culprit for the stop light being on all the time.
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im still stuck... this bites
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yep the resistor is the problem. the signals are actually working they are just blinking too fast to tell the off time.
just like with a clear alternatives tail. if you dont put the resistor in they stay solid
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1.Install resistors
2.Check the spring at the rear brake pedal
3.When you test the turn signals make sure
the engine is on otherwise you will kill the battery



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