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Old 06-12-2015, 08:15 PM
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1990 Jeep Wrangler YJ Brake Light Switch

New to me Jeep, so I just installed a new brake booster and cylinder and noticed previously the brake switch takes a lot to press to get the tail lights on comfortably. Meaning if your sitting at a red light you wont casually have your foot on the brake with tail lights on. But if you smash the hell out of the pedal the lights work. So I replaced it instead of sticking the sort of working old one back in, now the new one works just as bad.

I know the switch on a 90 is non adjustable, so what do I do to have the brake switch work like it should?

I thought replacing would fix it, and its literally no better than the one i replaced. Please help, I cant drive it with the brakes like this. Nobody seems to have an answer when I say its nonadjustable.

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Old 06-13-2015, 07:43 PM   #2
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You posted this in the CJ section. I recommend asking the moderators to move it to the YJ section, there are a lot of YJ gurus there.
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