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Brake light inop on 07 Sonata

Brake lights not working when brake is pressed. Checked fuses flipped some around and nothing; bulbs fine anyone know if this is a Hyundai TSB or Recall? Or anyone have a real fix...

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Hi if look at pedal box at where brake pedal is pivoted just above is the brake lights switch with a plug two wires ? unplug then use a wire /paper clip ? and connect the two wire terminals of plug this bypasses switch and lights should come on? if so then remove/unscrew switch fro box and you may find the nylon plunger is stuck in? you can free and lube it so it will come out / in ok then b4 refitting connect the plug and check it operates on and off lights ? ie when out lights on when pushed in lights off

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