Join Date: May 2005
Location: N E Lancs Gods own country
Car: 2010 MG Motor TF 135, Skoda Citigo 70ps Greentech, Triumph TR5T 500,Oh & a share in a Lightning F6
Job done 40 mins in all.
1) Put the top down, push the seat as far back as it will go,I found I could reach everything if I knelt down at the side of the car & leaned in a small torch was handy.
2) Remove the fusebox flap completly you can see the brake light switch easier.
3) Remove the electrical connection from the switch.
4) Using a 15mm spanner loosen the locknut on the switch & back it off a couple of turns.
5) Rotate the switch clockwise one full turn further into the threaded bracket then connect cable & depress pedal to see if its to sensitive & brake lights come on to quickly, if they do remove cable & rotate one full turn again if necessary.
6) Once your happy with it tighten the locknut fully.
7) Refit the fusebox flap & job done.
I actually removed the switch cos I like to see close up what I'm messing with it was part No XKB1003 which is the later switch theres pics of both types on Pete's site..
Last edited by Neil.R; 07-03-2009 at 09:59.