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How do you check the relay brake switch in a 93 Lincoln Town Car?

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2005-08-14 16:07:28
2005-08-14 16:07:28

Im not sure what you mean by RELAY brake light switch. There is 1 brake light switch on the brake pedal. Check it with an OHM meter,wires disconnected brake off should be "open" (no connection) press the pedal and should have no resistance (0 OHMS)

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