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Where is the brake light switch located? I changed the bulbs, wiggled the wires in the lift gate, cannot get my truck out of park and need to know where the brake light switch is located.

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Mounted on a bracket near the brake pedal arm

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There might be more than one switch attached to the brake light pedal lever, the brake light switch usually only has two wires going to it when there are two switches.

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