I have same prob but mines diesel 02 .
it's the abs rings get them for about £17 hyundai say they dont do them you have to get complete unit drive shafts comes as 1 ,approx £350
i thought mine was the disc's but very rare, abs rings 100%
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Sounds like the switch is faulty or has been knocked out of place. Check at the pedal itself, get down and look for the switch, it will be the push type. When you press the pedal down you will see a switch being released, this is the thing controlling the brake lights. Hope this is helpful.
Probably not your tail lights but your brake lights. What commonly happens is that the switch either goes bad and sticks closed or it gets knocked out of position.
The switch should be mounted under the dash up around the steering column where it can contact the brake pedal arm. When not applying the brakes the switch has a piston-like piece that rides against the steel arm going up from the brake pedal. In this depressed position the brake lights are off. When you press the brake pedal the piston extends and the brake lights come on.
The switch is typically about 2-3" long and 1-1/2" height and width with one or two wires attached to it. It will be attached to normally an unpainted metal plate bent at 90 degrees and mounted where the switch will be directly in front (towards the firewall) of the brake pedal arm. If its been knocked out of position you'll need to get it remounted and positioned where the piston is depressed with the brake pedal in its normal position and the piston comes free of the brake arm when the pedal is depressed. It's a two person job. Ti check to see if the switch works just press the plunger in and the lights should go off. If not replace the switch.
The most probable cause is a sticking brake light switch. The brake light is activated by a small switch mounted under the
driver's side, up near the leg of the brake pedal. That switch is spring
backed so that when you depress the pedal the shaft of the switch is
let forward and turns on the brake light. That switch sometimes comes
loose or half cocked in the housing and stays activated all the time
until you let the brake pedal loose and the leg of the pedal depresses
the switch shaft just enough to turn off the brake light. The solution
is to replace the switch, at about 15 bucks at your Advance Store. or 10
bucks plus shipping on the internet. You can check when you leave the vehicle
to see if the brake lights are still on. Mind you, this does not happen
all the time as sometimes it is cured by the action of the brake pedal
knocking the shaft back in line
Warped Brake rotor,and frozen brake caliper slide pins Do you feel a pulsation in the brake pedal or the seat when you try to stop?
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