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    Wiring diagram after removing abs

    Hello does anyone have a wiring diagram or steps to rewiring brake light after abs removal thanks

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    Brake lights don't need rewiring if you've done it the sensible way.
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    Please don't use this method. It's years old and out of date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steptoe View Post
    Please don't use this method. It's years old and out of date.
    oops. what is the 'up to date' method? don't expect anyone to type it up again but would be good know if there's a link

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    Quote Originally Posted by gog View Post
    oops. what is the 'up to date' method? don't expect anyone to type it up again but would be good know if there's a link
    http://advrider.com/index.php?thread...ached.1240587/

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    Quote Originally Posted by gog View Post
    oops. what is the 'up to date' method? don't expect anyone to type it up again but would be good know if there's a link
    As in one of the posts above, see below. If you know what i mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steptoe View Post
    As in one of the posts above, see below. If you know what i mean.
    Ah, I see, thanks. I had the right thread bookmarked but didnt realise the importance of the 'post 100' part

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    All done thanks for tha advice if I take the abs rings off do I need to find similar thickness washers

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