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Cruise control stop working can someone tell me how to fix myself

Cruise control stop working on a sonata 2000 2.4 and brake light have burnt how can i fix it myself

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If all the brake lights are out it is likely your stop lamp switch is bad, it controls lights and cruse, and also supplies input to ecm/tcm. The old ones would just pop apart, you can put them back together but to replace the switch it is only 20-30 bucks. Try that.

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