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My new foot switch does not properly on my chavlet 4 bar tri

It only turns light off and on

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the brake light switch will be in the side or base of the foot valve . It is air operated and activates when the foot brakes are applied . It should be about 1 1/4 " in diameter with 2 wires to it

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The brake pedal switch on a 2001 VW Beetle is placed above pedals on the support.

1. Remove the cover panel above the driver's side foot well...

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2. Locate old switch, push in brake pedal, and twist switch body to remove...

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3. Unplug 4 pin connector from old switch and plug into new switch (it only goes one way...don't force it!). Insert new switch into frame and depress brake petal. You should turn it until it locks into place and is positioned like the original.
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4. Start Bug. Press the brake pedal once or twice and the EPC light should go out ...

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5. If it looks like that... great! Replace the cover over the foot well and you are done! If not, check the 4 pin connection and make sure it is fully seated in the switch. Also check to see if you can hear the switch engage when you press the brake pedal ... if not, you will need to remove the switch and adjust the push rod. The rod will move in and out for adjustment. Check to see if the brake lights come on when you press the brake pedal as well!
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The brake pedal switch on 1999 VW Beetle is placed above pedals on the support.

1. Remove the cover panel above the driver's side foot well...

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2. Locate old switch, push in brake pedal, and twist switch body to remove...

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3. Unplug 4 pin connector from old switch and plug into new switch (it only goes one way...don't force it!). Insert new switch into frame and depress brake petal. You should turn it until it locks into place and is positioned like the original.

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4. Start Bug. Press the brake pedal once or twice and the EPC light should go out ...

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