Brake lights

Asked by GuruPCDVS Jan 19, 2020 at 02:31 PM about the 2016 Hyundai Elantra Value Edition Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I know I'm not the 1st person to
ask a brake light question. I have
a 2016 Hyundai Elantra value
edition. All 3 brake lights don't
work. Verified it's not the bulbs
or brake light switch. (Tail lights
do work). My mechanic says it's
the brake light module and
wants $250 to fix. I've looked on
YouTube and Google and can't
find any brake light module for a
hyundai elantra. Been to auto
parts stores and none have
listing for this. Seems suspicious
since you can find videos of how
to fix anything on YouTube.
Anyone think the mechanic is
screwing me?

4 Answers

10,910

note the diagram for stop lamps. That's what my database showed. Thats all I know? good luck.

Fixed. Sort of. Got part number from mechanic. It's the brake light relay module. Just ordered online. $84 with shipping.

. Put in new module and still doesn't work

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