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My brake pedal has an arm on it that comes back and up and towards the top of the pedal support. This arm appears to serve two purposes:

1) Rearward stop for the pedal, and
2) Mounting for a plunger-type stopligh switch.

This arm has a round hole in it clearly intended for the installation of a switch. My Osbourne assembly manual even shows this switch, but doesn't make it clear when this switch was used. I've never seen such a switch on a Mustang. Is it a secondary switch for cruise control, or something like that?

I'm adding hydroboost brakes, and I'm not at all sure I can retain the stock-style pushrod-mounted brake switch. I would like to install a plunger-type up in that arm I'm talking about. Anyone know a part number or application for this switch?

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The brake light switch does not mount on the pushrod.
 
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