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2006 polaris Edge touring, brake Light issue

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Old 01-17-2012
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Default 2006 polaris Edge touring, brake Light issue

Anyone come across a brake light issue. the light remains on. i'm told there is a sensor or something around the brake shoe area that may be the problem?
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As I continue to look into this it doesn't appear to have anything electrical around brakes. however on the brake lever there is a electric switch, i wonder if this could be the culprit?
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There is a normally closed button on the brake lever control. If the part that sticks out and is pushed in by the brake in the released position, it will stay on. Disconnect the wires leading to it and if the light goes out, that's the culprit. If it stays on, you have electrical gremlins.
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that was it thanks
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