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Standard Motor Brake Light Sending Units SLS66

$6.97

Stoplight Switch, OEM Replacement, Each

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Manufacturer's Part Number: SLS66
Part Type: Electrical Switches
Summit Racing Part Number: SMP-SLS66

UPC: 091769025861
Switch Actuation Style: Push button
Lighted: No
Safety Cover: No
Terminal Type: Stock
Labeled: No
Weatherproof Sealed: No
Wiring Included: No
Relay Included: No
Switch Material: Plastic
Switch Finish: Black
Quantity: Sold individually.
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Switch has a very short contact to turn lights off. I added a screw to the end of it to push rod in farther. Only used it because i didnt have time to wait for a better one.

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Reviewer: LLOYD from OH

Date: July 21, 2014

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Not a very good part

Standard are a very traditional company, but they have fallen short with this part. The problem here is that most of the white plunger travel happens on the "on" position. The switch closes the circuit immediately the plunger is out of the threaded mount - there's hardly any travel along "brakes off" - so the pedal is too likely to stop against the mount once you set the switch - which might lead to brakes grabbing. The solution is to very carefully trim off the end of the mount with a utility knife, which will allow for the necessary lash. It is not necessary to cut into the threaded area, just the final blank bit. ...read more

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Reviewer: LORENZO from Brazil

Date: May 14, 2014

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Some parts are not legal for sale or use in California on any pollution-controlled motor vehicles

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