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March 16th, 2017, 07:10 AM   #11
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your schematic makes no sense to me. i think you should follow fe350's advice and change the bulb (to an incandescent for a test)
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Check the head light ground . And also other gound connection . A poor ground will do strange things . Also you should test for voltage between the live wires and the battery (-) connection . If you have a issue with bad ground then the way your testing it won't revel any information
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should have checked ampage. also agree with webmonstro...

just check that a brake sensor isn't permanently on. I.E. the lever is not pushing all the time. the system is that both the F and R brake feed live to the rear bulb and then the earth takes it back up the bike. so unusually, you sometimes see three positives to the rear light of which two are conjoined.

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I am going to take a wild guess and say your led is faulting. If you had a short to ground all that would happen is a blown fuse when it came on or a burnt wire. check for resistance between the schematic as you showed and see if you have a open circuit. If you do than no short to ground. Check for a weak ground at the junction in the harness. If your led has water in it, this would also short the circuit out.
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So a update for all you mud monkeys.... I connected a earth to the earth wire of the rear light and then ran a live from the battery to the brake light.... and that works, ran a live to the light and the brake light still came on so came to a conclusion it's the led unit itself that's faulty.
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Hi did you finally get this sorted as I can not find a suitable LED Globes for the tail light.
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Hello yes all sorted now, turned out to be the led unit easy fix but @ 60 not so cheap! Happy trails
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