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How to change a brake light switch on a 1996 mercury mystic

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On most cars the switch is located on the brake pedal.Push pedal with your hand and look for switch about half way up brake pedal bar. you will hear it clicking when you pres and relese pedal.there should be one or two bolts and a plug. unplug,unscrew and replace.

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