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68 camaro brake light switch location

Can someone tell me where the brake light switch is located on a 68 Camaro? I looked under the dash but don't see it.
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If you're talking about the rear lights;
It's mounted on bracket under dash above steering colum.
It touches the pedal arm in the 'off' position and connects circuit when pedal is depressed.

If you're talking about the one for the dash indicator;
It's either the one under the master on distribution block or there's one on the emergency brake assembly under dash on some models.

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Re: 68 camaro brake light switch location

yes, the switch for the rear lights....how do you access it?
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I usually lay 'upside-down' with my legs over the seat back and reach up to pull plug and twist it off, or adjust it ...
Seriously (I actually do do it that way ) - they are not easy to get to, but it can be done without removing anything but the lower duct if you have A/C.
It's just a small switch and you normally don't even need tools (the occasional end wrench for the lock nut) to remove.
It's a ten minute job, but your back will hurt for a week ...

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