Leads together, comes right down to 0 or .1, I'm testing leads at the female side of the switch plug with meter set at lowest ohm setting (200) BTW: I removed the switch now completely and with the bike powered up when depressed manually the brake lights come on as they should and the servos engage. I can also hear the switch "click". When released lights go out and servos disengage. It appears to me that the switch is fine but I do not know why the triangle comes on after a couple of miles when the rear brake is depressed. Everything seems ok.
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You need to insert delicately 2 small needle at FeMale connector side as shown by red arrow. If needle is too big, you will feel too much friction when inserting AND you will damage the internal of the connector. After this, it will not be usable to function OK on Male harness side (too loose.... no jokes please...).
If switch is OK and needles are right sizes, you will read 0 or 0.1 OHMS value like when you touch 2 Multimeter wire together.
ONLY when switch is activated (pedal depressed) should your multi-meter read "infinity" or whatever value it shows when the 2 wires are apart.
P.S.: By design, on iABS servos models, the modulator internal pressure sensors will sense that you have created hydraulic pressure on pedal application, thus it can activate the servos / brakes and the brake-light EVEN IF THE SWITCH IS DEFECTIVE. The General-Warning (triangle) and the resulting fault code is there to warn you that something is not working as it should.
HOWEVER, in addition to above, it also checks for brake switch continuity when the ignition is turned ON (initial self-check). Hence, you should NOT have any servo power if the switch is completely disconnected (not what you said above if I understand your post). In such case, switch disconnected, you should get a fast-flash of the ABS warning after ignition ON cycle. Removing the switch AFTER the ignition ON cycle will change the behavior temporarly.... until next ignition OFF-ON cycle.
This logic and behavior is one part of the internal diagnostic and fault tracking of iABS: on these modulator, it is expected the switch will ALWAYS activate early - before a certain pressure level is reached - otherwise a fault is shown and logged in memory.