Question about BMW M Series
There is a break switch located behind the pedal that works the brake lights when the pedal is depressed. You were correct in looking for it, it is located up around the pedal shaft. It will be the only switch associated with the brake pedal. Replace the switch and you should not have any problems with it electrically.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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