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The rear brake is a hydraulic disc
type brake which is activated by the
same pedal which activates the front
brake system. The rear brake sys-
tem is self adjusting and requires no
maintenance other than periodic
checks of the pads for wear.
D Pads should be changed when
worn to 3/64″ (.1 cm) which is
about the thickness of a dime.
D Inspect the brake disc spline and pad wear surface for excessive wear.
WARNING: Due to the nature of this type of vehicle and where it is operated,
headlight and taillight lenses may become dirty. Frequent washing is necessary
to maintain lighting quality. Poor lighting while riding can result in severe injury or
CAUTION: Do not service while lights are hot. Serious burns may result.
Brake Light Switch
When the brake pedal is depressed, the brake light goes on. Check the brake light
switch before each ride.
To inspect the brake light, first turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
Depress the brake pedal. The brake light should go on after about 10mm (0.4 in.)
of pedal travel.
If the light does not go on, check the bulb.
3/64″ (.1 cm)