First of all, I saw a similar thead in the Santa Fe forum where an owner had a similar problem. My Sonata was returned to the dealer with a bad brake light switch, after I found out about the recall. Before I did that, I had removed and checked the brake light bulbs, as well as the fuses. After reading comments in the Santa Fe thread yesterday, I removed the brake light bulbs to check for proper installation. That seemed to be correct. I also removed both brake light bulbs and I still have these symptoms, so it isn't the bulbs installed backward somehow. Here is the rest of the symptoms: When I apply the brakes the amber lights in the front light up and the instrument panel lights light dimly. The cruise control sets with the lights off, but when the multi function light knob is rotated to any position the cruise is disengaged. One other thing, about one month after the brake light switch was replaced under recall the car exhibited the check engine light and ESC off dash light. I also noticed the cruise wouldn't set anymore. I checked the brake lights, no brake lights! This was last Thursday, so we ran it back to the dealer for another brake light switch. Now the brake lights work(upper one doesn't work-hmm), but I now have these weird symptoms. All the dealer did was replace the brake light switch, I wasn't there- my wife drove it to the dealer. The switch looks installed correctly. Any ideas? Nothing else was done electrically to the car, except light bulbs. No towing package or modification to the lighting circuit.