... 5 speed swap is done, new front axles, pads and rotors, all new fluids, yadda yadda yadda...
Awesome, but where are the Photos?
...It may just be a simple fix with a soldering gun and some new shrink/tape...
In my Case, I was the culprit who caused the Fail of that sensor, let me Explain:
Long years ago, the Brake Pedal's return spring developed a squeaking sound every time it was pressed and also when it was released; so tired of that, some months ago I Shot some bursts of PB Blaster penetrating oil and then some shots of White lithium grease... the horrid noise went away, but short time after that, the sensor started to fail.
At first, I removed that for deep cleansing but was almost impossible, the grease & oil found its way inside and preventing the electrical contact somehow; so I obtained the aftermarket unit, which I consider to be "Stronger" due to its full metallic pin, and the resistance that the internal spring has... or maybe the old one has become weak with age...
Anyhow, I have brake lights once again.
Edited by Loyale 2.7 Turbo, 17 August 2014 - 12:03 AM.