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    Default Streetbob taillight issues

    So chop culters im looking for some assistance. Yesterday removed my rear fender on my 09 street bob yesterday to remove the alignment bracket harley has behind the fender strut but in order to that i had to snip my rear blinkers i got from licks cycles (non led). The blinkers worked just fine before i pulled everything off. When i went to go lit everything back together i wired up the blinkers and they worked but i now i have no brake light just a running light. I check for wires groundin out and there was none and my fuses seem to fine. Any suggestions?

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    redo it?

    your story is confusing and i have no clue what you're talking about half the time.
    if all you cut is the blinker wires, that shouldnt have had any affect on the tail light.
    did you disconnect the harness? did you put it all back in tight?
    must be something lose. no other real explanation.

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    blown bulb, bad ground, rewired wrong....

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    Start tracing wires. Probably nicked the signal wire.

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    did you disconnect bat before cutting wires?

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