|Fig.1 Ford 2005 Lincoln|
Supplies and Tools:
Brake console switch - $30
Electrical Star screwdriver (black handle)
Electrical stripper (Yellow handles)
Pliers standard (Orange handles)
Mrs. Stone drives a Ford 2005 Lincoln LS automobile pictured right top of this page. While at the car wash a worker pushed in the brake console switch inside the interior console. This post shows how to replace this part.
This post shows the ten steps on how to repair 2005 Lincoln LS Brake Console Switch Replacement.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows a Ford 2005 Lincoln LS automobile.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the tools; Phillip screwdriver, Electrical Stripper, Pliers (standard), Needlenose pliers, Putty Scraper and Vicegrips® Pliers.
|Fig.2 Tools for this job|
|Fig.3 Console cover tray|
|Fig.4 inside console|
|Fig.5 Underneath |
|Fig.6 Brake cable|
|Fig.7 Wire junction|
Note: Remember how electrical junction was removed because the new switch will need to be put back on.
|Fig.8 Tape removed|
|Fig.9 New brake light switch|
|Fig.10 New switch |
and cable installed
|Fig.11 Tap both sides |
of console lid
|Fig.12 Pushing lid in place|
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