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I need to know where my brake light switch is located in my 2000 kia sephia.

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Most every one i have ever seen is mounted on the brake pedal arm, just above the pedal itself. you will have to get your head and a light up under the dash board to see it.

then there are a few others which are activated by hydraulic pressure, so you have a brake light switch which looks more or less like a brake hydraulic system failure sensor. go to a parts store website and look up their replacement part. there will be a picture of it and you find the part on your car which looks just like it. on autozone website they have a parts locater which shows you where it is located on the car.

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