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Thread: 95 STS parking brake release switch

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    chewy_likea_nut is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    95 STS parking brake release switch

    Im trying to replace my parking break release switch but i cannot figure out where it is located. If someone could put a diagram up or point me in right direction that would be awesome.


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    Switch? You mean the auto release mechanism? Vacuum diaphragm?

    I don't have a diagram, but everything's attached to the pedal assembly under the dash.

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    chewy_likea_nut is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Its a
    Duralast/Parking Brake Release Switch


    This product is a fit for your:
    1995 Cadillac Seville STS 4.6L SFI DOHC HO 8cyl
    Part Number: SW2090

    got it from auto zone because my car was saying break switch problem.

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    Re: 95 seville sts parking break release switch

    Quote Originally Posted by chewy_likea_nut View Post
    Its a
    Duralast/Parking Brake Release Switch


    This product is a fit for your:
    1995 Cadillac Seville STS 4.6L SFI DOHC HO 8cyl
    Part Number: SW2090

    got it from auto zone because my car was saying break switch problem.
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    my car was saying break switch problem
    FIRST you should figure out WHICH brake switch needs to be replaced -
    there are two switches on the regular brake pedal -
    and one for the parking brake -

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    How do i get to them?

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    Re: 95 seville sts parking break release switch

    Which one you have problems with the parking brake switch (as in the PARKING brake light stay on, or never goes off) or is the regular brake switch (possible issues brake lights not turning on or off, ABS code "Brakes applied while brake signal was not on")?
    Regular brake switch is actually 2 switches one for ABS and one for brake lights and is(are) located above the brake pedal.
    The parking brake switch is also located in the area above the parking brake pedal (part of the release mechanism).

    Is amazing how you know the part you need yet you are not sure what is the problem…

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    Re: 95 STS parking brake release switch

    Quote Originally Posted by MoistCabbage View Post
    Switch? You mean the auto release mechanism? Vacuum diaphragm?

    I don't have a diagram, but everything's attached to the pedal assembly under the dash.
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