This is my third post on this problem but so far, no one's been able to help. I bought a 2009 XR last August. The owner turned it into a supermoto by swapping in a dirt bike front fender and handlebars, removing the turn signals, rear half fender, seat/tail section, and the brake/taillight. He put on a cobra style seat and a 3 in 1 LED strip. Initially the brake light on the LED strip didn't work but the taillight and turn signals did. When I tried to test the brake light with multimeter at the soldered connection, I heard a pop as soon as I touched the wire with the lead and the LED no longer worked. When I checked the fuses, all were good but I noticed they were corroded and so was the housing so I cleaned it and replaced all the fuses. I read online that sometimes a multimeter will show current but it's not enough to run a light so the author recommended using a continuity test light. I got one and also got a new brighter LED strip. I tested the new strip and all 3 functions work so I connected it to the bike with alligator clip test leads. Only the taillight works so I tested the bike wires with the test light. Neither turn signal lights, even though they both worked before, and the brake light lights without pulling or pushing either brake but it won't light the brake light on the LED. I'm not sure where to go from here.