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Brake light on 2002 Ski Doo Legend

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    All,

    My brake was sort of frozen, I think on the lever itself. It started working but now, the brake light is always on or it doesnt work at all? My headlights went out a while ago and I replaced a relay to fix, does the brake lights run on a relay? I checked all fuses they look ok.

    Can anyone give me a hint as to what to check? Could it be a bulb? I didnt think so because when you hit the brake there is a light on the dash that used to light up and that does not light up anymore either?

    Any thoughts???

    Thanks

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    Try replacing your voltage regulator. Cheap part, and probably the cause of your problems.

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    Where is that located?

    The headlights, handwarmers, and heated shield plug all seem to work ok? Would that still lead to the voltage regulator needing replacement?

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    Where is that located?

    The headlights, handwarmers, and heated shield plug all seem to work ok? Would that still lead to the voltage regulator needing replacement?


    I spoke with service guy at the dealer and he said it is probably the brake micro switch. I will jump the wire to see if the lights come on.

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    Hmm misread your post.

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    My problem was similar, except mine would never work. It turned out to be the $30 brake pressure switch located on the master cylinder. I still have to replace it though..

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    All,

    I was able to take the micro switch out, I bought a new one and plugged the wires in, and it appears to work, I am using the same wires, so it was just the microswitch on the the handle.

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