Question about 2004 Nissan Altima
There are two switches on altimas one brake switch is to cancel the cruise control if you have it on your vehicle, and the other is to control shift interlock (shifter when you press on brake pedal to relase) and the lights. this switch has more than two wires to it and they are very easy to replace but study them a bit before attempting, it just takes some twisting.
you might have jumped the wrong switch. it is common for the brake switches to go out, so my advice is to replace it. don't forget to check power supply to circuit (fuses) and older models tend to short out at the bulbs because the socket puts pressure on the lead contacts on bulb and brings them together
causing a short circuit that you forever will try to find in the wiring
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
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