I know this has been up for discussion several times. And that the T doesn’t output any signal that can be used to light the brake lights.
Was thinking of using a switch connected in parallel with the brake switch but mounted to the gas pedal. So when you have the gas pedal in the fully up position the brake light will be lit.
I see other benefits as well, dont have to press the brake pedal to release the handbrake and that the buzzer wont buzz when standing still on level ground. Just like and ordinary car…
I dont see it as a problem, but the brake light will also be on standing still at a red light, but that is quite normal since you normally have your foot on the brake padal.
A technical question: is the current (42 W) to the brake lights going through the brake light switch or is it only a control signal that?
What do you think?