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Used Vauxhall Brake Light Switchs

All used Vauxhall Brake Light Switchs listed on are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. list cheap new OES or aftermarket car parts at discounted prices and used OEM car parts up to 80% cheaper than main dealer prices for Vauxhall from premium breaker yards from across the UK.

About Brake Light Switchs

The Vauxhall brake light switch is part of the braking system and is attached to the vehicles’ brake lights. These lights are essential as they warn other road users of your intention to brake. If they are faulty, this could potentially cause a road traffic accident.

The Vauxhall brake light switch is operated by a plunger and contact switch on the brake pedal and sends a signal to the brake lights to operate them when the driver presses on the brakes.

If the Vauxhall brake light switch is faulty, the brake lights will not light. You may also have a warning light on your dashboard to indicate an issue with the brakes. Failure of a Vauxhall brake light switch can result in brake lights automatically lighting, regardless of whether the brakes are in use or not and regardless of whether the vehicle is turned on or not. In addition, you could experience problems in changing gears and starting the vehicle from a dead stop.

If you replace the Vauxhall brake light switch, you should also check the fuses to ensure that they have not blown. If they have they will also need to be replaced.

Vauxhall trivia

  • The Lotus Elise might seem like a far way away from the average Vauxhall, but they do have some matching parts. Alright, so it's nothing engine wise, but the Corsa does have the same indicator and wiper stalks that can be found on the Series 2 Lotus Elise.
  • Vauxhall has been manufacturing cars continuously in Britain since 1903, making it the oldest car brand to survive in the UK.
  • Vauxhall's first-ever car had a whopping five-horsepower and didn't have a steering wheel! Instead, it used a tiller for guiding direction, along with two forward gears. Who even needs a reverse gear?
  • They might be famous for their cars, but Vauxhall also has the claim to fame of being in the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest GPS drawing! The 6080-mile Halloween art made national news!
  • There’s a Vauxhall for everyone. They currently produce 21 different cars in three different ranges: the passenger car, the commercial car, and four different high-performance VXR models.