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Where is the brake light switch on a modelFH100E-D20693 MITSUBISHI ?

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That truck should utilize a air/hydraulic brake system, check on the master cylinder assembly(s). Usually on outside of vehicle. They put it here because they only want it to trip when there is actual hydraulic pressure being acquired.

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