For what it is worth, and it may not be worth anything due to its age, I
found the following notes that date back to 1994 when I replaced my brake
switch. Chief Auto Parts merged with Auto Zone in 1998. If anyone has the
where-with-all to check for a cross reference, the following part number, or
a good number, may be found.
"Switch: Chief Auto Parts, PT3211 B.
Adaptor: Orchard Supply Hardware, 9073131, 3/16 FLR X 1/8 FPT.
Recommend good metal washer/gasket between adaptor and 3 way fitting to
assure no leaks."
It should be noted that the amount of pressure on the brake pedal required
to light the brake lights was about the same as the original switch so I
later installed a micro-switch on the brake pedal in parallel with the
(The Other) Len
Vacaville, California, USA
1967 3000 MKIII, HBJ8L39031
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jorge Garcia" <email@example.com>
To: "Austin Healey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, September 17, 2007 8:29 AM
Subject: [Healeys] Brake light switch
>I need to replace the brake light switch on my BJ8 does anyone know if this
>part is available from NAPA or local auto part stores? The last one I
>bought from Moss but I'd like to have one today if possible.
> Jorge Garcia
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