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How do you replace the brake light switch under the dash on brake pedal for 2004 mitsubsi lancer sportback, is it under the dash or on the floor by the brake pedal

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Usually attached to the pedal ,and generally it is a pin switch.

Posted on Apr 30, 2014

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SOURCE: 2003 Mitzubishi Lancer oil pressure light only when braking

It might be oil pressure sensor or oil pump is faulty. Also might be problem with winter conditions driving oil gets more viscous. If you recently did oil change might be the reason for that too. Change the oil for 5W-30 (for winter only), instead of 10W-30. If problem persists check/replace oil sensor if wont help loook for oil pump.
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After you are logged in, go up to the top left, and click on Manage My Vehicles.
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Then you will be on the -> Edit Vehicle Information page. (Home>My Zone>Manage My Vehicles>Edit Vehicle Information)

Go to the left column, scroll down with your eyes to -> Vehicle Repair Guides, and click on it.
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the best way to check is the test light, the meter will give you false reading because the circuit will go around and find another path to return to the test point

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SOURCE: 2004 Mitsubishi lancer es stop light switch

the brake lighr switch located : the top of the brake pedal.

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Sometimes this is caused buy a vacuum problem. It is not opening the door to let your air in at a slow speed. The doors are opening at high speed due to the air pressure from the outside air. Make sure that the fan is runnig by turning your ignition on but not starting the engine. Turn the fan on high and see if you can hear it. If the fan is running then take you car to a mechanic you trust and have them check the vacuum going to the door.

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