My cruise control stopped working and my brake lights stay on what's going on

BJ-Angel James
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Asked by BJ-Angel Jan 27, 2013 at 09:20 AM about the 2001 Hyundai Elantra GLS

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tenspeed
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The switches on the brake pedal need adjusting. Maybe your pedal dropped.

DavidH25
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Yep. The reason the cruise control went is the feature that turns it off when you step on the brakes, and like tenspeed said if your brake lights are on the c/c won't work. Put something under the petal ONLY WHILE PARKED to keep from draining the battery, for overnight anyway. And I hesitate telling folks to put things under the petal, please be safe about it

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