95 BRAKE LIGHTS OUT
1995 Dodge Neon
I have a '95 Dodge Neon with 90K miles. The brake lights have recently stopped working. This happened once before and a friend who's a tech looked at it and said it was the switch. He got it to work again, but he is unavailable to look at it currently. I know I need to replace the switch, but I don't know how. Do you know approx. how much it would cost if I took it to a shop for repair? Thanks!
the switch should be behind the brake pedel near the top of the arm going up under the dash. it's just a push button that the arm hits when the brakes are hit. it's no big deal to replace, just take a good look at it. it may be a snap-in or just one screw holding in place. just make sure you get the wires back on the correct connectors. at a shop the cost would hurt your feelings.
May 19, 2006.
May 19, 2006.
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