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Old 11-12-2012, 08:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I recently installed a remote starter in my 2011 Hyundai Sante FE LTd. The kit was a factory kit and the installation was fairly easy. The check out of the install went well but at night i noticed a problem and wanted to ask if anyone has seen this problem and what did they do to fix it. My problem is after the vehicle starts and when you enter the vehicle, place the key in the ignition and turn it on, when you depress the brake pedal, all of the gage panel lights go out and do not turn back on.
I have checked all the wiring and all appears ok. Any help is appreciated...
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So the gauge panel lights go out when you hit the brake? This is normal if the switch for the lights is set to off.
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So the gauge panel lights go out when you hit the brake? This is normal if the switch for the lights is set to off.
I checked that and the panel light switch is fully on. The panel lights work until I depress the Brake and then they all go out.
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And if you switch the lights off and on again do they stay on?


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The headlights work as designed but the panel lights do not work at all no matter what you do once you depress the brake pedal.
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