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On my 2006 hyundai the brake lights keep going out, I have changed the bulb,everytime I change it, as soon as a hit on the brakes it blows. what can I do?

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This problem is due to the over voltage produced to that bulb.........so check battery

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  • triloknath Mar 04, 2009

    this problem is due to the over voltage produced to that bulb.........so check battery

  • triloknath Mar 04, 2009

    this problem is due to the over voltage produced to that bulb.........so check battery

  • triloknath Mar 04, 2009

    this problem is due to the over voltage produced to that bulb.........so check battery

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