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Thread: Brake light always on - 1979 GS850

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    natejelovich Guest

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    Well, well...

    After all your guys' help, I can say that changing out the fuse fixed the problem!

    THANK YOU!!

    So, for now, all is good and I think it's ready to ride again (had to fix the front brakes - whole other issue in another thread) and then this, so it's been out of commission for awhile.

    Now I just gotta wait for the rain to quit!

    Thanks again Steve and everyone else

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    It was our pleasure
    MrBill Been a GSR member on and off since April 2002
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    Stuff I've done to my bike 1100E front end with new Sonic springs, 1100E swing arm conversion with new Progressive shocks installed, 530 sprockets/chain conversion, new SS brake lines, new brake pads. New SS fasteners through out. Rebuilt carbs, new EBC clutch springs and horn installed. New paint. Motor runs strong.

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