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Brake lights what's the difference between a brake light switch and a stop light switch? where is the stop light switch located?

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    brake light switch location

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    location of brake light switch

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Hello,,,!
Brake light and stop light switch both are same....You can see it from under the dashboard....It has two wire lines and looks like a little barrel. It connects to the brake padle leaver and it tights to the dashboard frame...

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