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Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by codrock, Jul 21, 2009.
IS IT EASY TO DO OR DO YOU NEED TO HAVE THIS DONE BY A MECHANIC??
ANY HELP IS REQUIRED
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you have to remove the lower dash on the drivers side 4 screws I think and then you will have access to the brake switch which is just a twist and remove action and then unplug it.
Make sure when you put the new one in you do not move the brake peddle or it will set incorrectly.
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No its real simple, the new break switches are improved designed, just to the left of teh clutch peddle you will find the plug switch your looking for, unplug the old one from the loom and twist out, push and twist the new one in and click into place, plug back in and off you go,