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Where is the backup lamp switch located on 93 eclipse GS?

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2006-05-23 23:52:20
2006-05-23 23:52:20

I'm not familiar with the 93 eclipse, I have a 97 GS and mine is located just about directly underneath the battery, on the transmission. You will see something that looks like it is screwed into the transmission and there will be wires a disconnection clip coming out of it. I think that they are normally located on the transmission. That would be the best place to look. Hope this helps!

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