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Offline JackConrad

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Re: brake light switch
« Reply #15 on: December 02, 2007, 11:29:07 AM »
David,
    Sounds like any N.C. pressure switch will work.  Might check at a truck parts supply place for an air brake switch.  Should be reasonably priced. Should have contacts that are closed until air pressure reaches approx. 60-65 PSI.  Jack
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Offline tomhamrick

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Re: brake light switch
« Reply #16 on: December 03, 2007, 05:44:36 AM »
Dave, If your switch is like on my Eagle it should be a Bendix SL-4 stop light switch that you can pick up at any truck parts place. Do a Google on that part and you should get a picture.
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Re: brake light switch
« Reply #17 on: December 03, 2007, 06:55:38 AM »
Hello     precision speed   phoenix     602 973 1055
 
      Part no.   pts 721014        pressure sw   nc    2/30 psi adjustable    $19.85 
               make sure they set and test the switch before shipping..   
       The no versoin is     pts 721010   
    I have  bought several over the years.     the latest 2   I just received did not work and are going back.  Hopefully to be replaced  but before this no problem.
     Datcon also makes one  part no 100450   C form contacts    set at 4psi        dont know if its available anymore

      Happy bussin    mike
       
Mike Lutestanski   Dunnellon Florida
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