Question about 2000 Hyundai Accent
It seems that you have a problem with your EBD (Electronic Brake Dist.) unit which controls the switching of the brake lights and controls the ABS also.
Now first you need to check that your brake light switch is ok, you can find this just above the brake pedal. Disconnect the wiring off the back of it and see if the brake lights go off. If they do, then get a new brake switch.
If they don't then you have a problem within your EBD and ABS control module which will take alot of different process's to locate what is actually causing it to keep the brake system switched on.
Now because the foot brake switch actually controls the A/T lock solenoid, if you have a prblem not being able to get it out of park, then you need to fix the brake light staying on problem first.
Once this is done then we can move on to the A/T locked in park problem.
So try what I have said an see how you go, please let me know if you need more information.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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