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Hi everyone,

My 67 was an original manual drum brake car. It's a full restomod, and now have F/R SOT discs w/Hydroboost. I'm installing my new brake light switch for power disc brakes, and the pins are on the opposite side. If I install the switch on the pedal rod the same as factory (and as the WCCC diagram shows), the pins point inward towards the steering column rather than outward towards the passenger side.

Anyone come across this? I've searched for the last couple hours and found nothing. I have an AAW harness, but have not wired it up yet, so I don't know if the harness will interfere with anything. Not sure how to install this. Appreciate any help. Thanks

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I believe the power brake and manual brake switches are different

the power brake usually has an extension on the wiring to reach the leads on the switch
Yes, they’re different. I posted pics of my old manual switch and the new power switch. Good to know about the leads and wiring. Can anyone confirm that? Thanks
 

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