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Pull one out # 3157 0r 3156 witch is burned out bulb shows number on it take out to see!

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Check this reference guide...

2002 Hyundai Accent Car Lightbulb Size Guide
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check the bulbs, it takes a standard interior light "peanut" bulb. usually fits sidemarkers, and tag lights.

hope this is some assistance. please rate well!

the wiring for that directly coinsides with the tail lamps. if a bulb isnt the issue, the wiring may be cut, or bad sockets. check for voltage with a cheap voltmeter. i know how much of a hassle it is to be pulled over for such a DUMB reason like tag lights...lol, its happened to me!

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Hi,

A couple of possibilities:
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  • wrong installation - the bayonet socket of most park/brake lights combo are offset, there is a right and wrong way if installing it into the bulb socket;
  • loose wire - it would be required to trace the left brake wire to where it joins with that of the right;
  • loose ground - same as above or a workaround is to wire an additional ground wire from the housing of the bulb socket to any screw that is connected to the body ground.
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Hi,

Usual suspects would be:
1. bulbs;
2. brake light switch;
3. rear harness connector;
4. loose grounding of rear lights assembly.

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You need to have your wiring circuit inspected.

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