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2007 Sonata Running Lights stay on when we shut the car off. Also has a smell of a blown out candle when you turn off the motor. Doesnt come up on a diagnostic test when check engine light is one. Running lights will sometimes go off and other times they will not. What could cause this?

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SOURCE: with the ignition off, the rear tail lights won't turn off

hiya if the rear lights are remaining on ? with no ignition it will be the brake lights staying on this is easily remendied/ checked by trypulling the brake pedal up by hand and see if lights go off ? if so then you will need to adjust the b/light switch which is positioned adjacent to pedal and can be screwed inwards towards the pedal untill the plunger on switch is pushed into the switch which puts lights off ensure pedal is fully up then adjust switch reconnect the wire/plug and press pedal slightly to ensure b/lights operate ok and then go off with pedal released ? on hyundai the brakelights do not req ignition on to operate hence more likely problem is as above good luck

Posted on Oct 11, 2008

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SOURCE: Tail lights stay on

There is a switch that should shut these off when the front door is opened. Have the dealer fix under warranty.

Posted on Dec 19, 2008

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SOURCE: 2007 Hyundia Sonata Brake Lights

There was recall for the 2006 and 2007 Hyundai Sonata Brake Light Switch assembly. www.promanuals.net

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SOURCE: rough idle no check engine lights sometimes runs

It sounds like your engine is gummed up. I recommend that you get two bottles of a fuel additive called seafoam and dump them into the gas tank. In no time, your engine will be purring again.

Posted on Dec 02, 2009

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SOURCE: radio goes off for a few seconds; simultaneously dashboard lights blink on and off, sometimes stay on; headlghts dim for a moment

Take a look at this PDF, it covers the details of the problem!

http://www.hmaservice.com/files/331/5002040/08-BE-004PDF.pdf

Here is a discussion of the same issue with some further details...

http://www.hyundai-forums.com/t19598-headlights-dim-when-braking-or-taking-foot-off-gas.htm

Posted on Apr 01, 2010

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