I have a 1982 Suzuki SJ410. My question is: how is the emergency brake switch mounted to the floor of the vehicle? It is part of the emergency hand brake, I understand how it operates, but I purchased a new switch from the dealer, and I've looked at the repair manual, but it doesn't show how the switch itself is mounted so that it stays in one place when using the hand brake. Sure would appreciate any help or illustration to show how it is mounted. Thanks in advance.
Country: United StatesMake: SuzukiModel: SJ410Year: 1982
vehicle was missing the emergency hand brake switch. I purchased one from a dealer, but there are no illustrations nor instructions on how to mount the switch to the floor of the vehicle. Please help
Sorry for your problem. I am here to try and assist you.I looked at the switch and it appers that it will go though the bracker and the E-brake handle or the stopper rests aginst it. just raise the boot and you should have no problem finding the switch and replacing it. Thanks for using Just Answer. My internet is down at home if you need more assistance before tomarrow afternoon. Just relist and another expert will pickup on your question. If I have helped you please press the accept button, Thanks. Jim
I understand where it is, but please realize that there is not an exsisting switch. Thus, I have nothing to compare it to. Will you send me an illustration?
Oh I'm sorry i thought you were replacing your switch, I'll opt out maybe another expert can help. In the mean time i'll keep looking for a wireing diagram. I'll come back to you if I find one. Jim
I found more information before and sent it to you somehow it got lost. here is another diagram i have just found . i also lost the other address. http://homepage.ntlworld.com/mdunstan/Suzuki/wiring_eu.pdf. Jim
Hi, I'm not looking for a wire diagram, what I am trying to find out is how the switch is mounted to the floor, what type of bracket or screws or whatever it is, do I need to keep the switch from moving around??? I need a picture of the bracket or whatever it is and where it is bolted or screwed to the floor. Please help.
I can opt out if you like, I will keep looking if you wish. Jim
I'm sorry, but I don't think we are on the same page, and I really don't think my question has been answered, thanks for trying, but I think you should opt out. sorry.
Thanks for asking your question on JustAnswer. My name is XXXXX XXX I'll do my best to answer your question.Is there any way you could post a picture of the switch and the hand brake? I'm trying to picture what you are talking about but it might be easier with a pic.