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Old 03-27-2009, 08:47 PM   #1
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Question Brakelight switch

If someone can tell me where the brakelight switch is on an 07' Saturn View, my back is out & I want to install my SMI stay-in-play with the least possible pain.

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t the top of the brake pedal runs a lever to a pivot point. In between is a switch mounted to where this lever will actuate the brake light circuit; it is there, way up in the dash. It is not easy to get to but it can be done if someone can lay on their back with head under dash, plenty of light to see by and a volt meter or test light is required to find the cold side of the switch.
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Thanks Mike, this vehicle isn't as easy to work on as my old Caravan.
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