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Just noticed it tonight, I changed my levers for some pazzos the other night, now the brake light is constantly ON.

Before I take everything off again, I rather ask if someone had a similar issue, or a simple answer to what could this be?

I don't think the brake light switch is broken, the only logical answer is that I screwed something up changing levers, something is not having enough contact.

Thanx.
 

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When you removed the OEM lever there's a small piece of round black plastic that fits into the assembly that's fitted onto the bars, this has a habit of falling out so remove the Passo lever to see if it's still there.

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When you removed the OEM lever there's a small piece of round black plastic that fits into the assembly that's fitted onto the bars, this has a habit of falling out so remove the Passo lever to see if it's still there.

Geoff
If you have lost it (like I did) I found a perfect substitute to be the unthreaded tip of a registration (license) plate plastic bolt.
 

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:dontknow:

Anybody have a picture of this little plastic piece, I've spend 15 minutes looking around my garage, found nothing. Damnit, will have to phone Ducati service and ask if they have spares. Bet its a $6000 part or something ridiculous like that.
 
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