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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-07-2019, 09:20 PM Thread Starter
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Installed chrome switch covers 16’ glide

Okay guys I screwed up if anyone can help me I’d be grateful.. installed covers and everything works but the kill switch. The light comes on when I flip it on but it won’t kill the bike. Any ideals on what I did wrong or how I can fix this??

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-07-2019, 11:09 PM
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I would take that switch housing apart again and make sure you don't have a pinched or split wire. Do you happen to have an FP3 or tuner with a code reader to check and see if it is throwing any codes? I had something similar happen to me with the brake positioning sensor when I did my handlebars. Slowly backtracked and found a crimped set of wires that I muscled in a little too snugly. Took my time and pieced it back together and have had no probs or codes since.
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I would take that switch housing apart again and make sure you don't have a pinched or split wire. Do you happen to have an FP3 or tuner with a code reader to check and see if it is throwing any codes? I had something similar happen to me with the brake positioning sensor when I did my handlebars. Slowly backtracked and found a crimped set of wires that I muscled in a little too snugly. Took my time and pieced it back together and have had no probs or codes since.
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