Switch is spring loaded and on the shaft that runs from the pedal lever through the firewall (under the dash) A cotter pin hold the switch on the shaft...easy to replace....but no adjustment
you have to take off the panel that is covering around the brake and then you will see the brake light switch on the front side of the brake you can just simply turn it left or right and that will adjust it
The 1988 Ford brake light switch does not adjust, replace it with a new one.
the brake light switch is mounted above the brake pedal on the metal lever
You need to adjust your brake light switch. It should be located on the brake pedal. Unplug the switch and loosen the nuts to adjust the button closer to the brake pedal.
Defective or out of adjustment brake light switch.
Most brake light switches ratchet into position and self-adjust. To reset the adjustment, press the brake pedal part way down & pull the switch out toward the pedal until it clicks several times.
Could be, a blown fuse, burned out bulbs, bad brake light switch, or an improperly installed brake light switch.
Adjust or replace the brake light switch.
How do I adjust a stoplight switch on my mazda 626 LX V6
Get down on the floor board and look up at the brake pedal arm. You will see a switch that the arm hits when no pressure is applied to the brake. Twist the switch and adjust so when you barely touch the pedal the brake lights come on.
where is brake light switch
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check brake light switch on brake pedal maybe getting bad
Could be bad brakelight switch or blown fuse
Look at the upper end of the brake pedal under the dash area
look at the top of the brake pedal under dashboard you can usually adjust them so the brake lights dont stay on.
tighten brake switch located on top of brake pedal under dash adjust so lamps are out and come on with light pressure on pedal.
Move the switch until it opens the contact when the brake pedal is pushed down 1/2".
check the brake light switch. located on the brake pedal it may be bad
Probably a brake light switch problem. May be able to adjust, or may need to replace. I just replaced the brake light switch in my 1998 Mazda Protege LX and the problem came back. I believe the cruise control could be shorting out the brake light switch.
Usually located at the upper end of the brake pedal under dash area
Out of adjustment. Adjust the mounting of the switch so the brakes lights are off until you press the brake pedal.
I have the same problem - but my third brake light slightly flashes when the car is of (Explorer 1998). I have replaced the "stop light" switch with no improvement at all.
If I understand your post: The brake light is on constantly? If so, you may want to adjust or replace the brake light switch located at the top of the brake pedal.
What do you mean adjust it? Its a switch, its either open or closed. ie, on or off. The "switch" is open or closed but the "switch" has an adjustment on it, a lever to get the travel of the "open or closed switch" correct. Otherwise the brake lights stay on all the time. Can anyone "REALLY" answer the question, and not be a ?@#$%#@?