I have a 71 FJ40 (built in Sept 1970). All of a sudden my brake lights went out. The running lights and turn signals work. The hazard lights have never worked, and now the brake lights don't work. I suspect it's the brake light switch. I'm newer to electrical and may need help understanding the schematic but I downloaded the wiring diagram posted by Coolerman, and noticed it shows only 2 wires coming out of the brake light switch, a RW and a GW. The RW is going to the 20amp fuse, and the GW is going to the turn signal switch. When I look at my brake light switch, it has 4 wires (2 RW and 2 GW). And neither of them go directly to the fuse block or the turn signal switch. Instead, the brake light switch plugs into 6 wires (a multitude of GW and GY wires). It looks like this is stock, but it doesn't align with the schematic. Can anyone please help me understand what wire is what, because I can't figure it out with the schematic. Thanks!