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Old 09-26-2021, 03:38 PM   #5
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2000 L-Series 2.2L Sedan
Default Re: Does a failing brake light switch cause more than one problem?

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hi pierrot- oh hell. now the old stoplight switch trick. been in many wars, but havent encountered this one yet. but always want to be ready for an enemys sneak attack...in my 01 L100. check all my lights monthly. usually a failed bulb.
This is usually the case for me as well.
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assuming this switch is located on or near the upper part of the brake pedal. correct?
Yes.
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also this two pole switch is the old type with spring loaded contactors and a push off springed button to activate the lights. correct?
Yes, but it looks nothing like the old style switches. Look one up for your car at RockAuto.com and click on the "Info" button to see a picture of the part.
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