E Lee Kaiser: Great vid! Thanks for all the vids you guys post for the town car/crown vic/grand marquis! Keep it up.
Brandine Phillips: my brake light doesn't turn off bcaa told me to fix brake light switch, hope this works, and great job showing a beginner like me.
Sonny Truong: Thank you. It's exactly the same way with my 2005 Grand Marquis.
Sheila Durnil: Thank you so much... this video was perfect! Easy to follow and step by step... this was our problem after checking the fuses, wiring and bulbs... thanks again!!
Chiyomi Anzai: thanks guys, you're doing great work here
Eric Galarza: I have a 2001 mercury cougar that has all three brake lights on all the time once you put the key to the on position and they stay on when I'm driving too. Could a bad brake light switch cause this?
jesus ceja: Thanks for the help. It helped me a lot with my 2010 accent :-)
Darubini2: Thank you for the video. My brake lights went out and most articles I read were directing me towards changing the Multi-Function Switch. After watching your video I went to the car and fiddled with the brake switch and my brake lights came on but went off again. I then removed the connector and re-inserted it and my problem seems to have gone away. Thank you.
Adam Moeller: Thank you for this video! Was fixing a friends Mazda B2500 and the housing had broken and it was sitting above the main cable line. Was having trouble figuring out exactly where the switch mounted.
James Hobson: Thanks for the video. The procedure's exactly as shown for a 1993 Mercury Sable. I was able to remove the old unit and successfully install a new one!!Saved me $100+ in mechanic labor. :-)
Poohter Evans: Hi I have a 2001 mustang gt my brake lights wont turn off I touch the brake light switch and its reall hot the night befo I smelled wires burning could that be the switch causing the lights to stay on and all 3 lights are on
Joe Paxton: All 3 of my brake lights are not working. My brake light switch and pedal are just like the ones in the video. I took the brake light switch off the pedal like in the video and pressed the button/plunger with a pair of pliers and my brake lights came on. So I know my issue is between the pedal and the switch. I put the brake light switch back on and it still does not work. The button on the switch is not getting pressed when I press the pedal apparently. Any suggestions?
45JMata: Hey! All my 3 break lights arent working I already bought a break switch but its still not working, for a ford focus zts 2003, can you help me?
Mike Rod: I have an 07 expedtion and gear gets stock on P i have to press the brake several times for it to go into gear, I also noticed the brakelights sometimes dont work. Do you know if this could be a faulty brake switch?
jay james: I have 2002 ford explorer xlt and the part that is at the part store has to be wired in . But my problem is the brake lights don't like to shut off like they should . You have to press on the pedal a couple times .
James Patty: I have a 2002 Lincoln Continental. The right rear brake light doesn't work but lights when headlights or running lights are turned on. The RR blinker also doesn't work and I blow the #11 10A Lighting control Module fuse instantly when I press the brake pedal or turn the blinker on. Left lights all work fine front and rear and right front blinker and light works fine. Any ideas?
1A Auto Parts: HI Dave, You may want to check for a frayed or broken wire on that circuit. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
Dave Bromley: I have a 2003 sports trac the rear dirver side brake light and turn sig not working check bulbs & fuses . same for my trailer light . need help please
locoadams: before buying the switch, verify the switch moving it forward and back, apparently, the switch eventually suffer a little wear and pressing the brake pedal does not move the switch and not doing their job. I say that after watching the video, check my explorer and moving the switch worked, what I did was fix with a cable and the problem was solved, and I have my brake lights working.
wahoomack2012: I had taken my 99 Explorer to the dealer for an oil change and they did their "complete inspection". When they told me that my brake lights were bad, they said it would be $200 to go in and check the electrical, but I decided that I'd do the research first. Came across your video and realized this was exactly my issue. Changed the brake switch myself and saved $180! Thanks for the video!
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