Hyundai Accent owners have reported 23 problems related to brake light on (under the service brakes category).
The contact owns a 2010 Hyundai Accent. The contact stated that the brake light failed to illuminate when the service brake was depressed. The contact replaced the brake light switch and the vehicle was repaired. In addition, the contact mentioned that the passenger seat would not detect when an occupant was in the seat. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for diagnostic testing. The technician diagnosed that the seat occupant sensor mat would need to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The dealer and manufacturer were made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 94,500.
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My brake lights are all out. All 3. I did some research and found that some cars up until 2009 were recalled for a faulty brake light switch. I am fearful I could put myself or others in harms way. This is a definite safety issue with this vehicle. I am not sure if there are currently other reports but I am doing so now. I am taking it to the dealership ASAP to have it evaluated. A technician has already troubleshooted replacing the bulbs and still not working. He believes it is the switch. This was stated prior to me doing research about a potential issue with Hyundai's brake light switch.
Brake lights are not functioning. Recall is listed for this vehicle from 2007 - 2009; however, Hyundai is not acknowledging the safety issue in the 2010 model.
2010 Hyundai Accent rear brake lights and the rear windshield brake light do not light up when I press on the pedal. I noticed that there are a couple of complaints on for the same issue. I replaced the fuses, the bulbs, and they still do not work. I researched this and Hyundai has 4 consecutive years 2006-2009 where there is a malfunctioning brake light switch issue. I believe this issue has not been resolved and I plan on letting the dealer know this when I go there tomorrow. I feel this is a major safety issue and they should replace this free of charge given the history of this. I also tried contacting Hyundai directly and said unless there is a recall there is nothing they can do about this. Stated dealers are independent and I would have to talk to dealer about resolving this issue.
I have a 2006 Hyundai Accent. The brake light switch has gone out on my vehicle. This is actually the 2nd time this has happened. It went out the first time in the 2007 or 2008 time frame. I had it replace under warranty. About a week ago the brake light switch went out again. When I went onto pepboys website and put my car information in the alert of a brake light switch recall came up. I contact Hyundai to see if my car would qualify for the recall since my switch has failed and is a 2006 model. They claim my car does not meet the recall list. I told them that my switch has already fail and they said they can't do anything about. I feel that they put a bad switch on my car and that the recall should have covered my car. I have had 2 switch fail on that car and the second was put in during the time of the recall covered but they still refuse to cover. My car is unsafe right now until I have it fixed and Hyundai claims that the problem part is not there problem.
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I was unaware that Hyundai had issued a recall on these vehicles back on September 2, 2009. My car started not wanting to let me shift out of park, after I had applied the brake to do so. Just last night October 2, 2013. I noticed that my brake light were on and not my headlights, and the car was in park, and the vehicle was off. I will attempt to get this fixed at the Hyundai dealership in enterprise, al. I hope they will fix this safety issue, as I have readed other complaints from people across the nation have had with this and dealerships have refused to comply and fix this free of charge. Hopefully the dealership will fix it.
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Brake lights not working. Appears to be problem with brake light switch which has been recalled for other year models.
I have a 2009 hyndai Accent. My brake lights are going on and off. After researching online I found that there was a recall for brake light switches. I called my local hyndai dealership and they stated that my VIN # was not under the recall. Leading me to believe that they did not make the recall large enough to cover all the cars that are affected by this malfunction. The dealership is now wanting $175. 00 to replace this. There was no accident or anything that would have caused this issue in my car.
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The brake lights on my 2008 Hyundai Accent are not working. I changed the bulbs and checked the fuse - all are ok. I suspected the pedal switch that activates the brake lights might be the problem. Went online to see if I could find any other owners with the same issue, and discovered that a recall has been commenced by Hyundai for the very problem I am experiencing. However, the 2008 Hyundai Accent was not listed in the press release that I reviewed as one of the affected models. The problem may be bigger than they think. I felt that I should advise NHTSA that the Accent model may also be one of those affected. I contacted a local dealer and they did not have it in stock, but said they would get the brake pedal switch for me. In the meantime, my car is really not safe to drive without brake lights (day or night). Please get Hyundai working on this quickly, before someone gets killed, and consider whether the design problem might be affecting more models than have been identified to date.
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The brake light switch failed, causing the 2008 Hyundai Accent to have no brake lights. I was informed of this by another driver who told me that my brake lights were not functioning. While trying to find a safe place to pull over, I was nearly rear-ended by two other vehicles due to my vehicle not having functional brake lights. I had to have the vehicle towed to the nearest dealership where they diagnosed and repaired the problem. As the vehicle was no longer under warranty, I was made responsible for the towing and repair costs.
My brake lights malfunctioned causing them to stay depressed and lit up until I disconnected the battery. Now they won't even come back on. I was also having issues with the shifter and it was stuck in the park position. I found out through NHTSA that Hyundai recalled thousands of vehicles for these same problems back in 2009. They said any of these malfunctions could lead to a crash. I had one representative from Hyundai tell me that they don't honor NHTSA recalls. The dealers refuse to replace the stop lamp switch on my vehicle because they won't even acknowledge the recall. The recall that began on September 2, 2009, campaign 092, the article cited to contact this puerto rican phone number 1-787-999-4310 but I can't get through. The dealerships are not very helpful at this point and in fact the service manager at one dealership was extremely rude and stated that he would not work with corporate when corporate decided to back me with the recall. He told me that since my car was having those issues that it was a safety issue and that his recommendation was that the dealership honor that and fix my vehicle, but they refuse. I have no working brake lights and I need help in resolving this issue in a timely manner. Thank you.
The brake lights all failed at the same time. My daughter was following me and noticed they weren't working. I checked the fuse and it is ok, so the next component is the switch. I researched problems with my model and noticed there was a recall for the 2007 model year for the same model car for the stop lamp switch. Maybe the same parts are being used in later model years.
2009 Hyundai Accent. Consumer writes in regards to stop lamp switch malfunction recall notice and consumer seeks reimbursement for repairs. The consumer stated in April 2013, he received a recall notice. On November 19, 2012, his vehicle was repaired at a nationwide recognized facility, where the stop light switch was replaced, due to no brake lights. The consumer stated he followed all of the procedures of the recall notification, for vehicles already repaired. On August 12, 2013, the consumer called the customer service number, only to be informed, he would have to take his vehicle to a Hyundai dealer to have it inspected and verified, before the reimbursement could be approved.
Cannot shift out of park without using manual shift override. No brake lights. Was told this is due to a faulty brake switch.
The brake lights on the rear of the vehicle do not light up when the brake pedal is depressed. The brakes are functional though. This is a life-safety issue as the trailing vehicle may not know that I am applying the brakes.
The brake lights do not work when the brake pedal is pressed, and the shifter is stuck in the parked position.
Had a recall on brake light switch, (campaign 110) took it to Hyundai dealer nassief in jefferson, switch supposedly replaced. Notified them that problem was recurring which was turn signal light would light on dash when pedal was depressed, and it progressed to external right rear turn signal wouldlight when braking, or dash lites would lite, then blower motor would work intermittently and finally the right external turn light would light when braking. . Sometimes it was one condition, and others a variable of many or all conditions. . Which did not exist until the brake lite switch was replaced by nassief Hyundai.
The contact owns a 2005 Hyundai Accent. The contact stated the brake lights remained illuminated while the engine was turned off, and the gear would not shift from park into drive without force. The vehicle was not taken to the dealer to be diagnosed. The failure and the current mileage was 66,000.
Tl-the contact owns a 2007 Hyundai Accent. The contact was driving approximately 30 mph and a driver in another vehicle alerted him that the rear brake lights were not operating during braking. The contact planned to take the vehicle to an independent mechanic for repair. The manufacturer was made aware of the problem. The approximate failure mileage was 65,066. The VIN was unavailable. Js.
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2008 Hyundai Accent brake lights do not fuction when brake pedal is depressed.
I began having trouble taking my car out of the park position when I pushed the brake and one day I couldn't get it to come out at all. I called my local dealership and explained the problem and took it in to be check. They told me that it was a sensor that was bad and they needed to replace it and they also informed me that I didn't have any brake lights whenever I pushed them while driving. I was having trouble for about a month leading up to the day I couldn't get it out of park. I was able to used the shift lock override to force it out, but I still didn't have brake lights. It was fixed for about $150 including parts & labor. This was very scary though because I could have easily been rear ended since drives behind me didn't know I was braking.
Brake lights fail to work when brake is applied on my 2005 Hyundai Accent.
I was all most rear ended by another car when I realized I didn't have brake lights. Who knows for how long. I took it to big o tires and they told me it was my brake light switch that went out. I went online to see how much one would be and saw a recall. So I called for a reimbursement for the part but was told that my VIN number was not apart of the recall even thought my make and model and year were. For the exact recall problem.
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|Service Brakes problems||
|Brake Light On problems||
|Brake Foundation Components problems||
|Brake Disc Pads problems||
|Brake Electric Antilock problems||
|Brake Drum problems||
|Brake Disc Rotor problems||
|Brake Master Cylinder problems||
|Brake Grinding Noise problems||
|Brake Disc Caliper problems||