High-G FJR Junkie!
Join Date: Mar 2015
Location: Rolling Prairie, Ind
Postoak I went through all of this, none of it fixed anything until the Switch(s) and relay(s) were replaced. The front switch was bad but they weren’t sure if it definitely was the switch or the relay so they just replaced both. They also checked the diagnostics on the rear switch/relay and found it marginal so replaced both as well.
The only thing else that had any effect at all was cleaning the sensor cases, the front was fine but the rear was very dirty & corroded, theabs light still came on but at more longer intervals of it being off. All the rest of the prescribed “stuff” just kept me busy until the dealer had time to work on it, thank goodness for the YES warranty.
Personally I would change the switch on the front (have you noticed any oddities with the cruise control ?) first($88.67) there are 2 actual switch’s in it, one for the brakes, one for the cruise, both are very poorly protected against the weather. By the way it is located on the bracket bottom for the front m/c. Easy to get to, one screw, off-on, easy peasey.
One other Suggestion I would add is it maybe worth a try to just remove the switch and clean it well with some contact cleaner first, if that has no effect then i’d do the same for the rear switch ($31) I suspect it’s the front but a good cleaning while it probably won’t long term fix it, it may point you to the one that’s defective. Hope that helps.
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Last edited by passx; 04-29-2019 at 10:32 PM.