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The cruise control will not engage and tail lights always on problems began at the same time recently at 126k miles for no apparent reason. I have a manual for the 1996 elantra with manual transmission but the electrical schematic is hard to interpret. Suspect an electrical control problem rather than a wiring issue. Any suggestions for beginning troubleshooting?

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