Dodge Journey: Electrical

SWITCH, BRAKE FLUID LEVEL

Description

The brake fluid level switch (2) is mounted through the center of the fluid reservoir. The switch can be serviced separately from the master cylinder fluid reservoir.

Brakes
Fig. 12: BRAKE FLUID LEVEL SWITCH CONNECTOR

The brake fluid level switch (2) is mounted through the center of the fluid reservoir. The switch can be serviced separately from the master cylinder fluid reservoir.

Removal

Brakes
Fig. 13: BRAKE FLUID LEVEL SWITCH CONNECTOR

1. Remove the wiring harness connector (1) from the brake fluid level switch (2) in the master cylinder brake fluid reservoir.

Brakes
Fig. 14: LEVEL SWITCH RETAINING TABS

2. Push together the retaining tabs (1) that hold the brake fluid level switch in place in the brake fluid reservoir (2).

3. Pull the brake fluid level switch out the right side of the reservoir.

Installation

Brakes
Fig. 15: LEVEL SWITCH RETAINING TABS

1. Align the brake fluid level switch with its mounting hole on the right side of the master cylinder brake fluid reservoir. Push the switch into the fluid reservoir until the switch retaining tabs (1) are expanded on the opposite side of the reservoir (2), locking it in place.

Brakes
Fig. 16: BRAKE FLUID LEVEL SWITCH CONNECTOR

2. Connect the wiring harness connector (1) to the switch (2).

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