Join Date: Feb 2017
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
Baggio, I'm in my '14 DL1000 wiring schematic.
You have 3 wires going to that LED bulb. One is a Black/White wire which is a common ground running to battery (-). Another is Brown from the ignition switch, and the 3rd is a White/Black wire running to both front and rear brake switches. A White/Green from the #2 Signal fuse powers both front and rear brake switches.
You have a ground in the B/W wire, otherwise the running lamp portion of the bulb wouldnt be operating. The running lamp portion of the bulb is working which means the Ignition Switch Brown wire is powered. Which leaves the White/Black wire from both brake switches, the White/Green wire running from the #2 Signal fuse, or the #2 Signal fuse itself as possible culprits IF you dont have power at the 3-wire bulb socket with either brake switches activated--OR the bulb connection or bulb itself itself as the possible culprits. In the socket you have 2 powers, one from the ignition switch key ON, and one from either brake switches, and a ground. If you have the powers and grounds youre supposed to have, it HAS to be bullb-related.
Last edited by MAZ4ME; 03-25-2019 at 07:11 PM.