Brake light switch bumper on pedal

General information about the first-generation Nissan Maxima in the US. What was the Datsun 810 became the luxury leader Maxima in the US in 1981.

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Brake light switch bumper on pedal

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Post by goglio704 » 10 years ago

The part number for the push in rubber bumper on the brake pedal that operates the brake light switch is 46584-S0100 .

Manual transmission vehicles actually use three of these. 2 on the brake pedal and 1 on the clutch pedal.

With a little luck, I will never have to look it up in FAST again. :wink:
Matt B.

83 Maxima Sedan, LD28, 5 speed, white, 130k miles. My original Maxima.
83 Maxima Sedan converted from gasser, LD28, 5 speed, 2 tone blue, 230k miles
82 Maxima Sedan, LD28, 3 speed auto, 2 tone Gray/Silver, 140k miles
81 810 Sedan, LD28, 3 speed auto, rust, rust, and more rust!

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Brake light switch bumper on pedal

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Post by Dslsmoke » 10 years ago

Well I remember a loooooong time ago while traveling thru the Carolinas, I lost my CC, :?

When I pulled over to rest a bit, I noticed the brake lights were "ON ! " :?:

After a little roadside engineering ! :idea: the problems was fixed.

All it took was 2 pennies and a piece of electrical tape and WHALA! :D

Just staked the coins over the whole on the pedal wrapped it with tape and had stop lights and CC again....



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