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Brake Light Switch replacement

How do I get the brake light switch off to replace it? There's a clip of some sort that I can't seem to be able to remove.

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How to Replace a Brake Light Switch
Parts:
1. Brake Light Switch

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Tools:
1. Needle Nose Pliers
2. Flashlight
3. Combination Wrench Set

Steps:
Step 1 * Insert your key and turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
o Tip: Safety Tip:Always wear safety glasses when working on your vehicle. Wear other personal protective equipment (PPE) when necessary, for example latex gloves or safety shoes.

Step 2 * Turn your headlights on.
o Tip: Have an assistant check to make sure your tail lights are both working properly.

Step 3 * Step on your brake pedal and have an assistant check to see if the brake lights illuminate.

Step 4 * If all the brake lights are out, locate the brake light switch on the brake pedal linkage. Check for 12 volts into and out of the switch.
o Tip: Turn the key to the OFF position before starting any electrical work.

Step 5 * Disconnect the wiring harness from the brake pedal switch.

Step 6 * Disconnect the brake pedal switch from the brake pedal linkage.
o Tip: You may need to remove a c-clip to do so.

Step 7 * Remove the old brake pedal switch and replace it with a new part.

Step 8 * Reconnect the wiring harness to the brake pedal switch.

Step 9 * Repeat steps 1-3 to confirm that the repair has solved your problem.


Hope help with this (remember rated an comment this help) Good luck.

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