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How would I remove a brakelight switch from the Blake pedal

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SOURCE: no brake lights. Fuse good. flashers work

check power into & out of brake switch if good then start testing wire to back untill you find a spot where you lose power

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SOURCE: Everytime I press the brake pedal, the brakelight

disconect the lights one corner at a time and see if the short circuit stops

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it could be just an adjustment problem, the switch needs to be fully activated when the brake pedal is pushed in......hope this helps......cheers.

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And that seems to make sense because when you pulled back on the pedal the brakelights went
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