Question about Mazda B-Series
Follow your brake pedal arm under the dash until you find the little black switch with two wires on it, that is activated by moving the arm in and out.It may be a simple adjustment or replacement of that switch.If pushing the switch button doesnt make the tail lights work unplug and join the two wires to confirm that the switch is faulty.If joining the two wires doesnt make the tail lights work check that you have power at one of the wires,if no power you will need to find out why but im sure its just the switch needs adjusting.Good luck.
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
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