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By the brake pedal a brake light switch is mounted closw by with a plunger on it. Upon pushing on the brake pedal you will see the plunger getting pushed inward a very small bit. It works alkie a light switch. When it is pushed inward the brake lights will come on. Upon releasing the brake the plunger releases turn itself off along with the brake lights. You can take the two wires from the switch and jump them to see if the brake lights do come on to see if the switch is at fault. The two wires are just for the brake lights only for that circuit
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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