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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-11-2013, 10:10 AM Thread Starter
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Going through the process of re-assembly after a stator and rotor swap. On the front left downtube there are several wires. I have plugged the fan up, and connected the sensor on the bottom of the radiator. However I am now left with two bullet connectors there that I don't remember disconnecting and can't figure out what they go to. One is blue and one is brown. According to the wiring diagram, the only blue/brown pairs are for the front and rear brake light switches. Does anyone know what these wires are for?
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Sounds like the pair for the rear brake light switch (foot pedal), though I haven't checked the colors.

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Went out and checked but can't easily get to them without pulling the radiator.

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They probably got pushed over to the wrong side when you put it together. I agree with Spockster, I believe they go to the switch on the rear brake pedal.

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OK thanks I'll take a look when I get home tonight. I haven't installed the foot brake yet so that's probably the case, just threw me off when I saw them on the left side.
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Two wires together with bullets ..... rear brake switch. Just looked.

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