I know there was another post about this but I can't find it. Replacement is only a five minute job. One phillips head screw and two connectors. Good to have the brakes lights working off front brake again and also be able to kill the cruise control with the touch of the lever. If it ain't clicking it ain't working..........
Posted 2019-05-08 7:28 PM (#192833 - in reply to #192164) Subject: Re: Front brake: Brake light switch
Posts: 763 Anderson, IN (48mi NE of downtown Indianapolis)
I'm on my 3rd switch now. I have no idea how long I was riding after it quit working. I ride daily, so it could have been 10k miles.?? I do know from my post above I got less than 2 years out of it. I won't be replacing the current one with K&S again. I think I might stay ahead of a failure and replace it soon with something of better quality.