ive a 307, probably the same, under glovebox on passengers side, switch puses into a hole onto a moving bar from brake pedal. Imagine its a left hand drive and its where youd expect. Thanks I have found it under the brake pedal, alittle tricky to get at , and you must have the right amount of thread bolted through to make a proper connection with the pedal when depressed
The brake light switch is located on a bracket behind the brake pedal support.
look on the brake pedal you will see a lil switch there that's the brake light switch
The brake light is controlled by a relay switch. If the relay switch is bad the brake lights will stay on. The brake light switch simply plugs in and out. Unplug the brake light switch until you can replace it.
check brake light fuse and brake light switch on pedal
Your fuse could be blown, or the brake light switch is improperly adjusted.
The brake light switch is either defective or out of adjustment if applicable.
Generally the brake light switch it under the dash, Follow the brake pedal arm up under the dash you should find it there. Hope This Helps.
Check the upper end of the brake pedal under dash
check brake light switch under pedal . It might have came loose from bracket
yes, it's located at the top of the brake pedal
Check at the upper end of brake pedal under dash
The brake light switch is out of adjustment.
Blown bulbs, blown fuse, broken or out of adjustment brake light switch.
check the brake light switch on the brake pedal
fault brake light switch, located at the top of the brake pedal.
It is usually located on the brake pedal itself approximately halfway up
Your brake light ignition switch should be replaced. It works your brake lights and ignition switch, so you do need it. It only costs about $7 dollars.
When the brakelite switch fails it fails to on. Replace the brakelite switch. Located under the dash on the brake pedal arm. You will see a push switch that is released when the brake is pressed. Just replace that switch.
Usually located at the bottom of the emergency brake handle - may have to remove trim for access
Brake Lights that Will Not Turn OffAlthough it's possible there could be other reasons, the most common causes for brake lights to stay on continuously include:The brake light [if mounting position is adjustable] is out of adjustment, orThe brake light switch contacts are fused ["welded"/melted] together, orThe brake light switch is otherwise defective.
I would check the brake regulator switch, located under the dash near the top of the brake pedal. Its a silver piece that has a button like switch that activates every time you press on the brake pedal causing the light to turn on. It could be stuck in, causing the brake light to stay on.
The brake light switch is stuck or out of adjustment. If it is a mechanical switch it is located somewhere on the brake pedal swing arm. If it is a pressure switch it is located near the Master Cylinder.
I found under the drivers dash on the brake pedal the brake light switch to be faulty. It can operate the tail lights but not the center brake light replace it. This was the case on my 90 vette.
check the fuse for the brake lights, they have thier own. also check the brake light switch at the at the top of the brake petal
Location (s) of Brake Light SwitchesI am not familiar with your vehicle, BUT... generally, there are two types of brake light switches, and the type determines the location. The most common brake light switch is a mechanicalswitch, and they are usually located behind/below the dashboard, near, and above the brake pedal arm. Sometimes they are mounted on a metal dashboard brace, and occassionally, some even mount/"ride" on the brake pedal arm itself!Also, most of the mechanical types are operated by a plunger extending out of the switch, and in contact with a fixed, or moving, part of the bracket or brake pedal arm.The other type of brake light switch is a hydraulically operated switch and is usually located inside the engine compartment, and attached to [screws into] the brake master cylinder, or a junction block in the brake system hydraulic tubing which splits the brake lines off to go to the wheel slave cylinders.