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May not be a light, may be a sensor or a blown bulb, not fuse. Pull cover off fuse panel. Panel should tell you fuse location. cehck owners manual if you have one or go to autozone.com and register with them. You can download info to help you out with problem.
the fuse could have blown, & by the fuse blowing it could cause either the relay to become stuck or damaged or the light main circuit breaker could have been damaged, all these details & the individual locations can be found in your vehicles owners manual. best of luck.
This YM (Year Model) is probably still under warranty. Make the phone call to your nearest Hyundai Service Department & ask the question -- you could get it diagnosed & repaired at no cost. BTW, the switch is located under the dash at the articulating arm of the brake pedal.
It sounds like a blown fuse. Are you checking them with a test light? And have you located all of the fuses. there will typically be a fuse box under the drivers dash area, and one under the hood. have another look Im certain you'll find a blown fuse. Good luck.
On some cars the bulb for the brake lights is separate than the tail lights. If not then check the fuse for the brake lights. It is typically separate from the tail lights. Also check for broken wires in the trunk area. These could be damaged from items in the trunk moving around.
this sound like your flasher unit/relay is faulty as both indicators and 4 way hazard lights are not working chech your h/book for location or look under neath the fuse/relay box cover ?there is usually a diagram of location of fuses//relay