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Hello!I have a sonata 2003 and my brake lights stay on.

Hello! I have a sonata 2003 and my brake lights always stay on.Even i just put the key on or start the engine.And i don't have to touch the brake pédal.I hope you see that problem before.Thanks.Sylvain,Montréal,Canada

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    Frank May 11, 2010

    check the brake switch behind the brake pedal. it may be malfunctioning.


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Check the brake light switch it is located under the break pedal

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