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Thanks for your post!!! It was most helpful. My 2007 Altima 2.5L was experiencing the intermittent "No Start" issue. We would have to stamp on the brake pedal quickly several times to get it to start sometimes.
After reading your post I looked up under the dash to check out the brake switches. I disconnected the wiring connector to the stop lamp switch and reconnected it hoping that would fix the issue but it did not. I went down to the local Nissan dealer and purchased a new stop lamp switch, swapped it out, and we are in business. The Altima starts the first time, every time, now. BTW, the part number was the same as you mentioned 25320-AX00C and the part description was SW STOP LAMP.
I would just like to add to your description of the switch. As you mentioned, the stop lamp switch is the switch on the left if you are looking at the two switches on the brake pedal assembly. Additionally, the stop lamp switch is the one with four wires going to it. The one on the right, with two wires, is the ASCD (Speed Control) switch.
The only additional detail to pay attention to is that the new switch can be installed at various depths in the bracket. Just pay attention to the ASCD switch depth and set it the same and you should be OK. They were set to the same depth on my Altima Brake pedal set up.