I have a 2017 Armada that wouldn't start one day. The screen kept prompting me to press the brake even though the brake was pressed. I removed the switch on the brake pedal, took it apart, cleaned the contacts and reinstalled it. After that, it worked fine, but I went ahead and ordered a replacement switch (Amazon.com: IDIYA New Auto 2 Pins Brake Clutch Pedal Cruise Control Release Stop Light Switch OEM 25300-AT300 25300AT300 (1 Pack) : Automotive) just in case it acted up again. Everything worked fine for several months, but eventually the problem came back so I went ahead and replaced the switch. The new switch worked for a few starts, but then stopped again. If I fiddle with it for a while, it eventually works, but then a few starts later, it stops working again. If I remove the switch entirely, it doesn't start, but if I jump the connection with a small wire it works fine. Everything seems to work normally with the connection permanently jumped, so I'm not sure what purpose this switch is serving. Can I just leave this connector jumped, or am I totally missing something?