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Please help mounting the sencer under the break pedal

How does the switch mount that is located under the break pedal my problem is that my braak lights are on all of the time and that switch box is just hanging there under the break pedal and when u push the post in the break lights turn off but i cant figure out how that mounts

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If it fell out replace it. It's hard to describe but it will twist counter clockwise to remove and clock wise to install. If you garb the back part that has the tangs on the old one with a plier you might be able to twist it back into the install position. You will then insert it into the square hole and twist. Let me know if you have any questions and I'll do my best to answer them. Thank you for using FixYa.com!

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