Hey guys, I have an issue with the brake light staying lit up on my '94 Sportster. I had the throttle cables snap on me while riding about a month ago. I got the parts ordered and did the repair myself,but now my brake light stays on. So, I started to do some investigating to see if I could locate the problem. I can squeeze the brake lever back and forth and the light will sometimes go off and stay off but once I squeeze the lever again I can hear a "click" and then the light is stuck on again, weird. I changed my grips today (Christmas present) and noticed that there is a little knob that sticks out of my control housing that pushes in and out kind of like spring loaded that shuts off my brake light when held in and lights it up once released out. So, after finding that I was putting all back together and seen where the brake lever has a piece that should line up with this knob to hold it pushed in (brake light would be off) and once i squeeze the lever it would let the knob out (which would light it up). but the piece on the lever can be moved up and down about 1/4" like its loose,not sure if it's supposed to be like that. Either way, I can't get the 2 to match up with each other and if i were able to the lever part would slip off of the knob and have me back at the same issue. So, is there a type of clip that maybe I have lost or does it sound like something has messed up or broken? I have researched all I know but can't find any diagram that shows me each individual part/piece that I should be seeing. Any help is appreciated cause I don't want to go to dealership and pay an arm and a leg for something this simple. Oh and I also must let you know that when I was doing the original fix of my throttle cables, I didn't place a piece of cardboard or anything behind my brake lever when disassembling the control housing. I have read that that should be done to prevent anything breaking...oops.