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I just replaced this sensor after my cruse control went out, and the brake lights would not go out
it is not easy to get to but there is a lot of videos showing how to do it,
my preference is to disassemble the lower dash board to get more line of sight
the bolt is a 7 MM socket but if you change it to a faction you can use a american socket
one thing that makes a hard job easier is to zip tie the spring loaded sensor near its position
before trying to catch the bolt.
no calibration was necessary for me, the brake lights and the cruse control now work
P.S. dont forget to cut the ziptie off after installation so it works properly
 

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I just replaced this sensor after my cruse control went out, and the brake lights would not go out
it is not easy to get to but there is a lot of videos showing how to do it,
my preference is to disassemble the lower dash board to get more line of sight
the bolt is a 7 MM socket but if you change it to a faction you can use a american socket
one thing that makes a hard job easier is to zip tie the spring loaded sensor near its position
before trying to catch the bolt.
no calibration was necessary for me, the brake lights and the cruse control now work
P.S. dont forget to cut the ziptie off after installation so it works properly
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