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Brake pedal switch

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Re: Brake pedal switch

Postby Beans » 13 Feb 2020 19:20

I will be replacing my brake light switches soon too.
And I'll be fitting a Facet #7.1014 (Made in Italy)
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1980 TR7 DHC (my first car, a.k.a. Kermette)
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Re: Brake pedal switch

Postby alc59 » 18 Feb 2020 16:51

My FAE one is still fine. I now carry a spare because they're not expensive and easy to fit (if I were 20 years younger and lost a few stone) so if one fails I don't get stuck waiting for a new one.

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Re: Brake pedal switch

Postby Beans » 18 Feb 2020 18:02

FAE is not available through the normal reputable sources this side of the pond.
But Facet should be pretty good at producing switches, and not expensive.
I plan to pick up a few more for my other cars later in the week when time allows :roll:

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1976 TR7 FHC (currently being restored ...)
1980 TR7 DHC (my first car, a.k.a. Kermette)
1981 TR7 FHC (Sprint engined a.k.a. 't Kreng)

http://www.tr7beans.blogspot.com/

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