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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-09-2013, 08:43 AM Thread Starter
 
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I know this has talked about before ...I live in mich just had the inspector come toy house and have to put a windsheild, blinkers, horn, brake light on and im good to go. I have already put mirrors on so when we r riding I can see who im waiting on to catch up..lol..my question to anyone is I see there are some outlets on the master cylinder would they be for a brake light . Maybe a presure switch ? Looking for an easy to install brake light if there are any ideas I would be happy to listen ....
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Mine has a brake light from the factory. I thought all of them did.



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Hmmm mine just stays on all the time.
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My pressure switch quit working. I bypassed the brake switch to start the car and used that switch for the brake light.

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Mine has a brake light from the factory. I thought all of them did.
The tail light comes on with the ignition. If the brake light doesn't come on with the brake pedal then either the tail light is bad or the pressure switch at the master cylinder is bad. You can check the pressure switch with a ohm meter. I had to buy one when I first got my car.
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My brake light works great. I had put one on my 350 odyssey and it had a two wire like pull switch hooked up to a spring kinda like your car. It worked great.
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I know this has talked about before ...I live in mich just had the inspector come toy house and have to put a windsheild, blinkers, horn, brake light on and im good to go. I have already put mirrors on so when we r riding I can see who im waiting on to catch up..lol..my question to anyone is I see there are some outlets on the master cylinder would they be for a brake light . Maybe a presure switch ? Looking for an easy to install brake light if there are any ideas I would be happy to listen ....
Also i`d check about front and rear bumpers. My brother did his rzr and had to have both.
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I did front bumper is good need something in the rear I have an old yamaha bumper that I will fab brackets for ezpz
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Pilot where did you get your pressure switch?
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Pilot where did you get your pressure switch?
Its a K&S stock no.12-0013 I got mine from Mike at Redrock. You want the one that is listed as a double bleed and 10mm x 1.00mm thread. Banjo bolt style. They are around 25 bucks.

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