I have a 72 amx, the two wire conector at the brake light switch down on the brake pedal is light green and pink and the plastic connector is brown and plugs into the switch at the top of the brake pedal.
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If you cannot find the answer n matter what you do, and time passes with the problem still needing an answer, try to buy a "service manual" for that car online. I used to have one, but discarded it.
Ask on e-bay or Amazon or somewhere.
The back of such service manuals ( very thick soft cover books) have a wiring diagram inside with color codes.
God bless your efforts.
No fusible link will be found on the brake light wires. That stuff is all under hood and just on a couple of power wires. If you don't find a blown fuse, then your brake light switch is faulty or just needs adjusted if the wires are connected to the button switch behind the brake pedal.
Spray oil the bolts at the back end of the straps and let set for a while. Then remove the nuts securing the tank straps to let the tank down, remove the hose and gage wire from the tank and pull it out.
There was only three vachum hoses on the 1965 the one from the carburator to distributor and the one from the intake manifold to the power brakes and maybe a PCV valve But think that was too early for PCV 1972 or 1973 is the first time it was introduced to cars.