this video shows pretty clearly the install of the stop bushing........
By: P. Briscoe (Non running-dog anti-imperial anti-Bush unapologist name-changer; 23534)
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the brake light circuit is closed when you press on the pedal, but it stays closed (lights on) unless you have that grommet type thing that fits in a hole in the brake pedal arm. It's kind of tough to work up under there because it's such a tight space. This is for a Ford I believe, but all non-hydraulic brake light switches work more or less the same. the part is called a "bumper" and I found one at the hardware store but it wasn't quite the right size so I had to shave it down with a knife so it would fit in the hole. I probably damaged it in the process because it failed pretty quickly.
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