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01-28-2004 07:33 AM
troy-curt Yep, it's the brake pressure failure warning light.
Just unplug.

Troy
01-28-2004 05:31 AM
Wrencher That switch will turn the light on in the event of a frt or rear pressure failure, I believe you pinch the widest part to remove?
01-27-2004 01:59 PM
adb2f Yes that's it but how is it removed? Do you unscrew it or just pull it? I didn't wan't to break it. I inlcuded a pic below.

01-27-2004 01:35 PM
Dave E Shank HEY AD: Could it be the brake light switch? That should be the only electrical connection in a brake circuit....DAVE
01-26-2004 11:09 AM
adb2f
Wired brake distribution block

What's the wire for to my distribution block on my '72 Cutlass with drum brakes all around? It goes into a white plastic piece but I didn't want to pull it and break something. Also didn't want to unscrew it and brake fluid shoot everywhere. What is it and how do you disconnect it?

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