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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 07-11-2019, 08:51 AM Thread Starter
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While trouble shooting my cruise control issues, I noticed by saddlebag lights are not working with my brake lights, I could have sworn they did when I installed them. They do come on with the lights and the brake light on my tour pack is working (same accessory plug). Can anyone tell me if their sabertooth lights work with the brake lights?

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While trouble shooting my cruise control issues, I noticed by saddlebag lights are not working with my brake lights, I could have sworn they did when I installed them. They do come on with the lights and the brake light on my tour pack is working (same accessory plug). Can anyone tell me if their sabertooth lights work with the brake lights?
Mine do...but my cruise has gone out
are yours originals or Chinese like mine?
the chinese ones need a plastic peg cut off the joining plug for it to plug in

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Mine do...but my cruise has gone out
are yours originals or Chinese like mine?
the chinese ones need a plastic peg cut off the joining plug for it to plug in
Apparently mine were the chinese ones also, I had to cut that peg off also. I think the issue with my cruise control is the brake light pressure switch, I haven't gotten around to replacing it yet, but my wife riding behind me says she sees my brake lights flicker occasionally when I hit a bump.

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Only with module like the badlands run turn brake module

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Only with module like the badlands run turn brake module
whats that mean???

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whats that mean???
Lights flickering.
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They should be run and brake lights. Have had mine on for 4 years now with no issues. Were a plug and play setup from Kuryakyn.
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In order for them to become run turn brake lights you need a module.

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In order for them to become run turn brake lights you need a module.


Thatís the part Iím trying to figure out, like some said earlier, they worked as brake lights when I first installed them, no module. I think other folks have them installed, working as brake lights with out a module.


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I have module on mine so I canít speak in anything else

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