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On a 99 bosch 4.6 I noticed that the brake lights would stay on when truck is running and or driving. No problem so I called roverparts.com and got the I guess new style that comes with a wire harness. In stalled nothing. Could not move the shifter. So called in a replacement no problem they send me out a new unit and harness. Still nothing. For the hell of it I took the one out of my 04 freelander and still nothing(meaning no movement). Am I doing something wrong. Seems simple but this is a rover...lol
 

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Hi,
I had the same issue and got the brake light switch from 'Rimmer Bros-UK" , which is a direct fit ( no extra wires etc)
and it cured.
:D
Hope this helps

regds

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lowwill said:
On a 99 bosch 4.6 I noticed that the brake lights would stay on when truck is running and or driving. No problem so I called roverparts.com and got the I guess new style that comes with a wire harness. In stalled nothing. Could not move the shifter. So called in a replacement no problem they send me out a new unit and harness. Still nothing. For the hell of it I took the one out of my 04 freelander and still nothing(meaning no movement). Am I doing something wrong. Seems simple but this is a rover...lol
I have just sent one of these new style switches back to my supplier. The brake lights would work fine but would log a fault after an hour or so of driving. I think there is to much resistance in the new switch with the adaptor harness. I was lucky enough to find one of the old style switches in stock.
Did you set the switch plunger length???? If you have a look, there is two blue clips that you gently push in and it set the length of travel for the P38.
Regards Russell.
 
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