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Hi, usually this red light is a "new message" indicator when it's on, the normal condition should be off. If the caller ID function is not working could be cables misconnected, the connector labeled as line should be connected to wall line outlet, the connector labeled as phone should be connected to your telephone. In the worst of cases if the connections are OK, there's a problem with the line or the caller ID unit.
Sounds like a motherboard or defrost control board. Can you tell me the model number found inside the fresh food compartment or around fresh food section door frame, Without the model number it is hard to guess what the switch is that you are asking about, Thanks Sea Breeze
Am not sure whether you have the Hyundai Owners Manual. If you don't I find it very worthwhile. Section 6, the "do it yourself section" lists page 6-34 and 6-35 for fuse descriptions. Also on the cover of the fuse box in the car under the ash tray left of the driver is a pictogram, but in any case according to my manual radio and clock are both listed on the "audio" and is in the inner panel, the 10A at the top right(next to the spare). Don't know about your roof light - hope you don't take offense but assume you checked the switch just didn't get set wrong, but if it isn't solved by fixing that one, the manual lists RoomLP controlling the inside lights, which is in the bottom (shorter) row on the far right. Of course, this might not help but if it does I could possibly scan my owner's manual page and email it if you can't find one.
First let's determine which brake lights are not working. Does the high mounted brake light work? Do both left and right brake light not work? If none of the brake light work, the problem could be the brake light switch at the brake pedal OR fuse #12 in the underhood fuse panel. If only the bake lights at the corner lamp assembly don't work, check fuse #34 in the rear fuse panel. The module your are referring to is the circuit board located in each of the corner lamp assemblies, check on website www.compnine.com for the part number of this item. I don't believe this is your problem though.
The ignitor is supposed to allow enough of a spark to light the gas. It sounds like this isn't allowing the gas to light so it's probably your gas valve that's not working on this unit. If you will call or email us with the brand and the model number, we can send the proper part to you. We hope this answers your question and this should do the trick for you. Ellawatson25@yahoo.com. Looking forward to working with you.