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Painless Wiring 80174 Pressure Brake Switch with Pigtail, 1/8 NPT

Painless Wiring 80174 Pressure Brake Switch with Pigtail, 1/8 NPT
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Painless Wiring 80174 Pressure Brake Switch with Pigtail, 1/8 NPT

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Reviews (15)

Q & A (4)

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Pressure brake switch has 1/8" male NPT threads. For inline installation of this switch, use one of the corresponding tee fittings. This is a standard normally open switch that closes when actuated, at 60-100 psi.

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
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Hot Rod Dan
Verified Purchaser
Verified Reviewer
Canyon Country, CA

Brake Pressure Switch

May 24, 2016
This was less than a 10 minute installation, remove and replace dead unit, even had the same connectors as the old one. Very sensitive, brakes light up with VERY little pedal travel, less chance of being banged from the back.
Pros:
  • Easy Install
  • Very Sensitive
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Cullen
Verified Purchaser
Houma La.

very easy to install, works great

September 23, 2015
very easy to install, works great
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Marty
Verified Purchaser
Verified Reviewer
Kentucky

Perfect Product

July 21, 2015
works great
Yes, I recommend this product.
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J
Verified Purchaser
Fresno, ca

Switch worked as it should.

July 17, 2015
Good fit
Pros:
  • Quick Disconnect
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Fjm
Verified Purchaser
Bastrop Texas

Good product

June 09, 2015
1950 studebaker truck, brake lights work now. Original switch was intermittently working. Quick fix with quality parts. Use a 1" 6 sided deep dish socket to revive and install.
Pros:
  • Works Perfect
  • Good Quality
  • Fits perfect
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Kdorfner
Verified Purchaser
Verified Reviewer
DeBary, Fl.

Works great

May 31, 2015
I use this pressure switch on all the brake systems I run, along with the adapter T. I like it better than struggling with a mechanical switch located under the dash on the pedal. I've used them on motorcycles and cars and have only had one fail (as I speak on my 49 Ford). But it's easy to replace.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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1946Bob
Verified Purchaser
Council Bluffs, IA, USA

Buy this switch

April 03, 2015
After a total new brake system rebuild on my 46 Ford coupe, the one thing leaking was the old stock Ford brake switch (I used silicon brake fluid). The Speedway switch solved it. I learned the hard way to get the harness with it. You won't find it any place else or at least I couldn't.
Pros:
  • best available
Cons:
  • no con
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Empressmaster
Verified Purchaser
Rochester NY

Excellent quality

February 22, 2015
A very nice high-quality brake switch, a perfect fit.
No, I would not recommend this product.
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blownhighboy
Marcola, OR, USA

worked great

August 24, 2014
Funny same product as jeg but alot cheaper from you guy's and your's even came with the wires their didnt
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Patok
Verified Purchaser
Tucson, AZ, USA

3 rd try is a charm

November 12, 2013
First one leaked at the plastic element when it was new.Second one just failed, and I was driving around w/o brake lights until a friend noticed.Will be keeping an eye on this one, hope it keeps working. I have had a lot of failures of parts like this that I am sure are made in China.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

4 questions : 4 answers

1 answers

Can this switch be threaded into one of the extra ports on a combination valve?

Fore
September 20, 2014

Can this switch be threaded into one of the extra ports on a combination valve?

Answers

September 22, 2014
EricM
This switch has 1/8" NPT and if your combination valve uses that thread type it can be threaded into it. Typically a combination valve will have inverted flare threaded connections. If yours has 3/8"-24 IFF then adapter part number 9103185 will allow you to adapt this switch to your valve.
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I intend to put this switch into the 9/16-18 iff port on the pass side of my master cyl with adapter 910-3184 . The driver side of the master cyl will have 910-31351 . Do you have any concern about an install like this ? Please advise .

rodan
Lexington , Ky
June 29, 2015

I intend to put this switch into the 9/16-18 iff port on the pass side of my master cyl with adapter 910-3184 . The driver side of the master cyl will have 910-31351 . Do you have any concern about an install like this ? Please advise .

Answers

June 29, 2015
Eric
Expert
That will work great as long as your master cylinder has an outlet on the other side for your brake line to connect to.
1 answers

How is it wired in? Meaning what do the white and orange wire connect to?

Richard
Ashland,Nebraska
July 14, 2015

How is it wired in? Meaning what do the white and orange wire connect to?

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July 14, 2015
Eric
Expert
12 V switched power will be connected to the red wire and the white wire will connect to the brake lights.
1 answers

If I were to remove my brakeline from my master cylinder , what would I need in addition to the switch to hook this up?

Charlie
Milford, Mi
October 26, 2015

If I were to remove my brakeline from my master cylinder , what would I need in addition to the switch to hook this up?

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October 27, 2015
John
Expert
In order to install the brake switch number 91031307 between your master cylinder and brake line we would commonly use the T number 91031830 and plumb it into the brake line itself by cutting, installing a thread nut number 91031820, and then 45 degree double flaring the line. You could also use one of the other ports if you master has outlets on both sides you can remove a plug and use adapter number 9103185 if you have 3/8" x 24 thread outlets.
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