I need to replace the brake light switch on my 2005 Nissan Sentra. I would like to do this myself, problem is I don't know where it is located. If someone could just tell me where it is, I could probably replace it!
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When you depress the brake pedal, the brake pedal will move away from the brake light switch and cause a close circuit and the brake lamps light up. There is a rubber bunk on the pedal which pushes against the brake light switch to shut it off when you release the brake pedal. Most likely this rubber bunk has either fallen off or disintegrated leaving a hole in the brake pedal so there is nothing to push against the switch to shut it off. Look up the brake pedal until you see the brake light switch, then depress the brake pedal to see if the rubber bunk is still there. It is easy to replace. Or you can use some double sided adhesive tape and a coin and stick the coin over the hole in the brake pedal.
HI IT WAS LOCATE IN UPPER OF THE BRAKE PEDAL BEFORE YOU CHANGE IT CHECK FOR :-
STOP LAMP SWITCH AND ASCD CANCEL SWITCH CLEARANCE 1. Twist and pull to remove switch. 2. Pull up on brake pedal pad and hold. 3. Insert switch into retainer until switch plunger is completely depressed. 4. Turn the switch until it locks into place in the brake pedal bracket. NOTE: When turning the switch to lock into place, the switch backs off the stopper to the correct clearance automatically. 5. Release the brake pedal pad.