Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
My brake lights on my 99 explorer work sometimes and at other times they dont work.I checked the fuse box everything is ok. Any ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Climb under the driver's side of the dashboard with a flashlight and box wrench set.
Shine the flashlight on the Windstar's brake pedal arm to illuminate the brake switch. Unplug the brake light circuit connector from the brake switch.
Unbolt the Windstar's brake switch from its mounting bracket with the box wrench set.
Bolt the Windstar's replacement brake switch onto the bracket with the box wrench set.
Plug the brake light circuit connector into the brake switch
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