Question about 2003 Hyundai Accent
I have a 1960 Buick LeSabre that I recently purchased. Today someone pulled up beside me and said that my brake lights weren't working. I've checked the turn signal lights and taillights and they work, but the brake lights won't come on when brakes are pressed. I thought perhaps it might be a fuse problem...
Also, when I opened the back compartment near the light to check wiring, there I found two small wooden boxes that had wires attached... What in the world could that be,,, certainly not factory stock.. Do they go to the flamethrower exhausts perhaps???
Any help greatly appreciated
First, let me say that the wooden boxes are a mistery. Have not got a clue.
As for the brake lights. If the lights work with the headlights on and the directional signals work, then look for the switch not working. It is usually located directly over the brake pedal, but farther up inside the dash.
Sometimes the directional signal can cause the same thing. The brake light system runs throught the directional signal system. This is how you can have on light flashing while the other is solid red, when braking with the signal on.
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