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Does the Tesla Model S brake switch get mounted in front of the brake arm or behind it? In other words does it get activated by pushing the plunger in or by releasing the plunger.
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Behind. It is an NO/NC switch and changes over when activated as the pedal moves. Like a number of items, I think it is a generic switch from somewhere else. There is also the pedal position indicator which is part of the iBooster and that is what does the regen signal. The switch signals feed directly into the drive unit
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Behind. It is an NO/NC switch and changes over when activated as the pedal moves. Like a number of items, I think it is a generic switch from somewhere else. There is also the pedal position indicator which is part of the iBooster and that is what does the regen signal. The switch signals feed directly into the drive unit
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It’s actually a ford switch used in many vehicles. I know it’s in the fusion.
 
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