Question about 1999 Lincoln Town Car
2000 Town Car. This is the 3rd time that I have problems with one of the wires going to the brake light switch in less than 3 years. Was there a recall referencing this problem, or just a coincidence, or what? There is more than enough wire to prevent any kind of stress on the wires when I depress the brake pedal.
The wire is not really burned or anything like that, It tends to break right behind the end of the connector.
Is there a permanent (or at least a better resolve) solution to my problem?
1999 Lincoln town car signature, the brake pedal switch went out and I need to know how to change it and put a new one in...
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
They make a repair connector in the aftermarket, call Ford parts and see if they have one or can get one from a supplier, other than that I am not aware of any Factory fix, I worked on Ford's 20 years at a dealer, saw this allot, esp on cars used in stop and go traffic like city driving.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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