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Where to find a automatic transmission neutral switch the break lights dont work

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FOLLOW TRANSMISSION SHIFT LINKAGE TO SIDE OF TRANSMISSION IT WILL TAKE YOU TO NEUTRAL SWITCH.YOU WILL SEE WIRES GOING TO IT.

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Hi!!

The neutral safety switch is not part of the break light circuit, is part of hte reverse lights circuit.

Here is a picture of the switch, is located under the dash on top of the steering column. Cost $25 available at most autopart stores.


where to find a automatic - c8532be.jpg This is the StopLight switch $15 available at most autoparts stores.
This switch is located on top of brake pedal and is hot at all times, when you press the brake pedal, the lights should come on, it does not matter if the key is On or Off.

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Posted on Aug 21, 2010

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It is in the transmission on the front ,but have you checked the stop light switch on the brake pedal?

Posted on Aug 21, 2010

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