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I have a 2007 accent and when I turn off the car, occasionally (with the headlight "switch" turned to the OFF position) the side marker lights & my tail lights stay illuminted. Thus, killing my battery. Any suggestions on what this could be from or what I need to do to correct the problem?

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There could be a module located somewhere that controls your lights and it is malfunctioning. Check with your local dealerships parts dept to find out

Posted on Feb 03, 2018

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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: Marker lights, tail lights and dash lights do not work

I had a similar nagging problem once, though I do not recall the dashlights being involved. For me, the lines from the brakes went up the steering column to the turn signal. I pulled the wheel and inspected all the connections, and just like that everything worked again. I believe I could have tugged on the wiring harness without pulling hte wheel and obtained the same results.

Posted on Dec 01, 2008

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SOURCE: Headlights stopped working

it is your DRL module they malfunction and therefore your headlights stop working. i disconnected my relay located in the dash where your radio is and i can then manually turn them on the only problem with that is that i cannot locate the module itself

Posted on Apr 08, 2009

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SOURCE: Malfunctioned; unplugged, plugged back in, seems OK. Yes?

In my professional opinion, you have separate problems (if your description is accurate and haven't left anything out). # 1, the high mounted brake lamp is not part of the multi-function switch circuit (it's separate) - ONLY BRAKE LIGHTS.
#2 the other problem could very well be the multi-function switch because it controls the tail lamp relay in the Engine Compartment Junction box (under hood electrical box). When the parking lights are turned on, that high mounted 3rd brake lamp is NOT supposed to come on. It should only come on when the brake pedal is depressed. My professional experience/opinion, you either have the wrong bulb (single filament) in one of the brake lamp sockets in the rear of the vehicle, or one of those dual-filament brake lamp bulbs is shorted internally. You can verify this by pressing the brake pedal and see if the dash/cluster lights come on.

Posted on Jun 02, 2009

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SOURCE: my headlights wont turn on everything is good 1996 hyundai accent

the grounds may be bad they are behind headlamps but more than likely it is the switch

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