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Where does the physical pressure to activate the brake switch on an 88 Tbird come from since there seems to be nothing pressing on it when the pedal is depressed?


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2005-08-22 02:37:26
2005-08-22 02:37:26

The switch has a small internal spring that tries to push the pin out. The pin when pushed in opens or breaks the circuit.If that pin does not work like that, and it does not take much spring force, than throw the switch away. Not normally rebuildable.


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