1/4in brake light switch for magura and domino
1/4in brake light switch for magura and domino
 
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brake light switch / button for puch magura lever assemblies and others too, like domino!

1/4in threading x 6mm long of thread

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this is the most common type of brake switch. when your brake lever is closed, it pushes the button in. when the button is pushed in on this switch, there is no connection being made and no brake light will come on. one you pull the brake lever, the button on the switch goes out, and a connection is made.

basically, there is always power going to this switch unless you press the button in, which is exactly what your brake levers do when you aren't using them!

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5 of 5 stop light switch September 15, 2019
taco eater : richard eberline from Trenton, MI United States  
90 Percent of the mopeds take this switch.
N.C. means Stop light on when brake lever is compressed. Button is out.

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5 of 5 well August 23, 2018
taco eater : Noah from MA United States  
thanks to this thing I'm here to write this review so I guess its okay

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5 of 5 Perfect except... March 18, 2013
taco eater : Anonymous Person from Hamilton, ON Canada  
For stock a35 brake levers you need to extend the black part a bit so it reaches! Otherwise it's awesome and does the job!

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5 of 5 works ! July 18, 2011
taco eater : Hawaii_Kai  
switch is n/o when installed or when button is pressed in. contacts close or have continuity when button is out. no continuity between contacts and brass body of switch at any point. finally a switch that works!

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4 of 5 Jah February 9, 2011
taco eater : Bababooey from PA  
It does work but for some reason the quick connects wouldn't make a good contact.  I ended up soldering the wires directly to the switch.  Not the best way to do things, but it's nice to have cars know when I'm slowing down

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