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Old 06-01-2018, 06:28 PM   #25
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So after cleaning up the parking brake switch and confirming proper operation today, turns out that I had some black wire already, so soldered that to the short switch wire, and used shrink tubing. Then I routed that wire out of the way, crimped on male & female terminals to that new wire and the original wire from the truck, electrical-taped that, and now brake warning light works as it should. Below: engine running, parking brake engaged, lights as it should. Then rear drum b rakes adjusted manually to compensate for the wear, success !!
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