If you follow the brake pedal up under the dash, you'll see the switch where the actuator arm from the brake master cylinder attaches to the pedal.
If you mean the switch that puts the brake lights on and off when you step on the brake pedal then it's located where the brake pedal is, can't miss it.
on top of brake pedal, many times the wire breks on plug to switch from flexing
Up where the oil filter is located.
cruise control switch
1994 Lincoln Mark VII doesn't exist.
Could be one of two things: 1. Check your tail light fuse and your brake switch fuse; 2. If your fuses are good it's probably your brake lamp switch located behind your brake pedal.
You have to change the line, too much pressure to do anything else.
Yes they will
Sounds like your front brake rotors are warped.
you need a new brake booster
check your trunk on the drivers side there is a switch under the trunk carpeting on the trunk sidewall - that's how it is in my mark 8 1995
On the steering column
The way I did it was to disconnect the wire connector and waited a few seconds and re-connected it.
check your fuel cut off switch, its under the right side dash.
Front or rear?
You can't unless it's electric, otherwise just pull up on the switch on the side of the seat.
Not a good idea
Yes it will if the 96 is a standard Mark Vlll, if the 96 is a LSC model it won't.
Not unless you try to change the whole front end of the car.
Could be a partly frozen caliber.
on the transmission also called a mlpl switch
There is only one ABS brake pump motor recommended for the 1990 Lincoln Mark VII. The ABS pump is manufactured by three different companies.