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There usually isn't a lot of adjusting to do with these. They are either on or off. With hydraulic brakes, the switch is usually on the master cylinder and turns on when brake pressure is applied. On some vehicles, there is a plunger type switch attached to the pedestal that the brake pedal is attached to. Same basic idea with these........ when you step on the pedal, the switch goes to the "on" position.
Posted on Apr 05, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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