Several posts on the site regarding this issue, I'm still confused over what seems to be a simple problem. 97 Fatboy with 6700 miles, I bought it out of storage about 2 months ago. One owner, master cylinder, brake pads, fluids all factory. Front and rear brakes are firm and stout, no sponginess at all. Bike has buckhorn bars and ribbed grips, foot rests, etc. reportedly installed at original purchase at the Chattanooga, TN dealership. Front brake lever has less than 1/8" play, doesn't return fully into the housing after brake is applied, resulting in a constantly burning brake light. Extremely light pressure with one finger returns the lever all the way into its housing and brake light goes off. Unfortunately, once that light finger pressure is released, the lever travels a tiny bit out of the housing and the brake light is on again! Everything is well-lubed, I have no idea at this point if the copper wedge in the housing that is referred to in other posts is intact or not. Am I gonna have to bleed the front brake system and/or disassemble the master cylinder in order to solve this little problem????