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Mazda 626 Brake Light Switches

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mazda 626 Mk V Estate  brake light switches

mazda 626 Mk V Estate

From Feb 1998 to Oct 2002

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mazda 626 Mk V  brake light switches

mazda 626 Mk V

From May 1997 to Oct 2002

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mazda 626 Mk V Hatchback  brake light switches

mazda 626 Mk V Hatchback

From May 1997 to Oct 2002

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mazda 626 Mk IV  brake light switches

mazda 626 Mk IV

From Aug 1991 to Jun 1997

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mazda 626 Mk IV Hatchback  brake light switches

mazda 626 Mk IV Hatchback

From Aug 1991 to Apr 1997

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mazda 626 Mk III  brake light switches

mazda 626 Mk III

From Jun 1987 to May 1992

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mazda 626 Mk III Coupe  brake light switches

mazda 626 Mk III Coupe

From Jun 1987 to May 1992

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mazda 626 Mk III Estate  brake light switches

mazda 626 Mk III Estate

From Sep 1987 to Sep 1997

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mazda 626 Mk III Hatchback  brake light switches

mazda 626 Mk III Hatchback

From Jun 1987 to May 1992

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mazda 626 II Coupe  brake light switches

mazda 626 II Coupe

From Feb 1983 to Oct 1987

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mazda 626 Mk II  brake light switches

mazda 626 Mk II

From Nov 1982 to Oct 1987

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mazda 626 Mk II Hatchback  brake light switches

mazda 626 Mk II Hatchback

From Nov 1982 to Oct 1987

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mazda 626  brake light switches

mazda 626

From May 1979 to Oct 1982

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Mazda 626 Brake Light Switches

Mazda 626 Brake Light Switches Available Here. Brake light switches are connected to your vehicle’s brake pedal. They’re what cause your brake lights to go on when you’re slowing down or stopping. You are legally required to have properly working brake lights. They are a critical safety feature of your vehicle because they warn motorists behind you that they need to slow down so they won’t hit you and cause a rear-end collision that could be dangerous for both vehicles’ occupants. The electrical wires on brake light switches can wear out over time and eventually break. If that happens, not only will your brake lights not work properly, it can also affect the operation of the shift interlock system and not let you shift from Park to Drive.