Not a Protege issue, but since I've never replaced a booster before I thought I would ask here.
I'm working on my dad's 05 Dakota, and after countless failed attempts to bleed the brakes I went ahead and replaced the booster just to start eliminating possible issues. But after replacing it, the brake pedal doesn't come back far enough to hit the brake light switch and shut off the lights. They're always on now so I have to keep the negative terminal turned off.
Since I've never done one of these before, I'm not really sure where to start. I even put the stock booster back on and the rod is still too short, I dunno what gives. Can the switch usually be adjusted? How about the pedal? Maybe the rod that connects the pedal to the booster?