Question about 2003 Hyundai Accent
I had the same problem when I changed my bulbs before. A fuse had blown and caused the bulbs to not function. The fuses for the brake lights should be inside the car on the drivers side (depending on the model some may be on the passenger side). If you don't see a fuse listed inside the car then it may be under the hood in the fuse box there. Pull any fuses out that are listed for brake lights or equivalent and inspect them. Inside the fuse which is plastic you should see a continuous metal circuit, if the fuse is blown it will be obvious, there will be a break in the metal circuit. Replace the fuse with a new one making sure that you put the same exact same amperage back in. If it has a 10 stamped on the top of it make sure you put a 10 amp fuse back in. They are color coded as well to help simplify it.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
IF YOU ALREADY CHANGED THE BULBS THE PROBLEM IS PROBABLE A BRAKE SENSOR SWITCH UNDER THE DASH LOCATED ON THE BACKSIDE OF THE BRAKE PEDAL LEVER IF THIS DOES NOT THEN CHECK YOUR FUSE BOXES
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
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