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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old Aug 4th, 17, 08:31 AM Thread Starter
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Emergency Brake Switch

Would anyone have a picture of one installed?

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old Aug 4th, 17, 09:37 AM
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Re: Emergency Brake Switch

This is out of the 67 AIM. I don't have an actual photo but I can take one if you need it.

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Re: Emergency Brake Switch

This is on my 68 Chevy II Nova if that helps:



Emergency brake set/switch grounded/dash light on



Emergency brake off/switch ungrounded/dash light off



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This is on my 68 Chevy II Nova if that helps:...Jim
Much better than my crappy sketch.
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Much better than my crappy sketch.
There is nothing wrong with what you posted. You are lucky in that your AIM page looks a lot clearer than the one I have for my 68 Chevy II Nova. I refer to that manual all the time.

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Re: Emergency Brake Switch

I also might add if your problem is with the Brake light being on all the time on the dash there is another switch that detects the plunger in the brake bias of a dual system being off center if you run low on brake fluid. That switch shares the same "Brake" light as the emergency brake switch.

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Re: Emergency Brake Switch

Thanks guys just what I was looking for!

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