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Reverse lights not working

Checked bulbs\fuses still no brake light.

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  • fishon09 Oct 27, 2008

    The switch by my brake pedal seems to release the switch when pressed. know anything about a neutral valve switch on the transmission> may not be the exact name of switch. Thanks for help



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When you press the brake petal it activates a switch located under your dash. Just follow your brake petal up until you see something that compresses when you apply the brakes. It is possible that the switch is not lined up or needs to be replaced.

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