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Just fixed one thing and noticed this happening.

If the transmission is in High, I pull the left brake lever and the gear indicator light for high goes off, Park comes on. Let off brake and it goes back to normal.

If transmission is in Low, I pull left brake lever and gear indicator light for low goes off, Neutral comes on. Let off brake and it goes back to normal.

If i step on brake pedal, everything is fine. Only happens when squeezing rear brake lever.

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Bump.


This is still happening.


When in high gear, I squeeze the left brake lever and the gear position indicator changes from "H" to "P".
When in low gear, I squeeze the left brake lever and the gear position indicator changes from "L" to "N".

Only happens with the hand brake. Only happens when you squeeze somewhat hard.
Everything still functions normally. Just thought it was strange and not sure what would cause it.
 

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You've got a problem within the wiring harness more than likely. Something is chafed or shorted to create such an issue.
I would start by inspecting the wiring, paying close attention to switch wires and gauge cluster wires.
 

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I'm running an AMR Racing CDI. Any chance that may have something to do with it?
 

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I'm running an AMR Racing CDI. Any chance that may have something to do with it?
That may have something to do with it. I would try a OEM CDI just to rule it out. Swap it with a friend or something. A lot more electrical components run through the CDI on fuel injected models than carburetor models.

Do you remember if this issue started after installing that aftermarket CDI? There has been lots of reports of electrical issues when running certain aftermarket CDI units on certain models.
 
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