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By any chance did you find urethane button parts on the drivers floor mat?
Look under the dash at the brake pedal lever just below the pivot point for a small plate with a hole in it. Normally the hole has a white/yellow urethane (rubber) button in it that makes contact with the brake light switch turning the brake lights off. If this button is missing the brake lights will stay on all the time and run your battery down. If your brake lights have been on steady all this time they could burn out too. The bad part is that no one knows when you are braking and you could get into an accident and worse, found liable for not having your car in a safe operating condition resulting in a ticket and so on. While you might be able to find a substitute for the button, that could damage the brake light switch plunger tip making matters worse. The button from Hyundai is very cheap and a quick fix.
Shifter ?? why do you bother with a lazy mans gearbox ,nothing but trouble cant beat the manual version ,from your description it sounds like a inhibitor switch failure but i couldnt be sure without the old one cell brain box under the bonnet to be sure
you may have a safety switch attached to the clutch thats faulty,id start with the switch first its not real hard to replace its mounted to the clutch pedal bracket ,other than that it may be an ignition switch