The gap between the brake light switch and the brake pedal is adjusted automatically when the brake light switch is inserted into the hole on the brake pedal and rotated to lock in place

If the brake light switch is not set properly, the clearance may be incorrect, causing the brake lights to not work properly.

Therefore, before mounting the brake light switch on the pedal, always check the correct installation and position of the brake pedal (fully released).

Once the brake light switch gap has been automatically adjusted, it cannot be adjusted again.

Therefore, replace the switch with a new one when replacing the brake booster or pedal, or when doing any work that changes pedal travel.

Remove the battery and battery tray.

Disconnecting the brake lines from the brake master cylinder

Disconnect the brake line (master cylinder side).

Remove the brake pedal bolts and nuts.

Move the brake booster to the front of the car so that the brake booster fork does not come into contact with the brake pedal lever.

Remove the brake pedal.

Fig. 1. Order of removal of parts of a pedal of a brake: 1 – a socket of the switch of signals of braking; 2 – the switch of signals of braking; 3 - throttle cable; 4 – a pedal of management of giving of fuel; 5 - hinge axis; 6 – brake pedal; 7 - pedal support

Installing the brake pedal

Install the new pivot pin by aligning the holes in the brake booster yoke and the brake pedal.

Fig.2. Checking the installation of the hinge pin

Make sure that the hinge pin touches the brake booster fork completely (fig. 2).

Check the brake pedal.

With the brake pedal fully released, insert the new brake light switch into the hole on the brake pedal.

Fig. 3. Turning the brake light switch 45°

Fix the brake light switch by turning it counterclockwise by 45° (fig. 3).

Adjusting the clearance of the stopper bolt and pedal stopper after the brake light switch is securely locked is not required.