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wydh0722
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hi guys

I found out today that if I hold the rear brake too fast the braking light are not triggered. But the front brake triggers braking light normally.

I have a TS model.

Anyone have same problems? Any idea to fix it? 

Thanks a lot!

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Super Honda
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Both handbrakes have the same switch, check under the hand lever if the switchs pin (spring loaded) is moving as it should!

 

2019 05 06 202544
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wydh0722
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Both handbrakes have the same switch, check under the hand lever if the switchs pin (spring loaded) is moving as it should!

 

2019 05 06 202544

both are moving but rear brake one seem too have bit bad connection inside. Will check it after work tommrow. Any idea how to repair/replace it?

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Super Honda
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Remove the switch with wires and test the function with a test instrument/test lamp to see if it is fully working.

If your bike still is under warranty or not, contact a dealer for spare parts, othervise, buy/try another micro switch, there is a lot of tmodels to buy if you search online, for common use or for specific motorcycle brands.

https://www.wemoto.com/parts/brake_switch

2019 05 07 181040
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Camperman63
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Im having same / similair problem, both brake levers do not trigger brake light or stop the motor turning but how do I access the switch plug connection?

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Im having same / similair problem, both brake levers do not trigger brake light or stop the motor turning but how do I access the switch plug connection?

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@camperman63 the problem is most likely internal to the switch itself. Remove it, open it up carefully and clean the contacts. Apply some dielectric grease to protect it from further corrosion and water and it should all work. Rain water tends to get into these switches due to their exposure and location.

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