Question about 2004 Ford Explorer
Posted by Anonymous on
The brake light switch is out of adjustment or faulty. The switch is under the drivers side dash and above the brake pedal arm. Look there with a light and you will see it. It is held in place with a nut on each side of the plunger. This is also how you adjust the switch. It should be adjusted so that the lights are activated when the brake pedal is depressed about 1/2 inch. If adjustment will not cure the problem replace the switch.
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