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I just finished installing my new tail lights today, and they look great. So I decide to show off my new euros. I have a problem now though.

When pulling out of the driveway my automatic shifter wouldn't move, the button wouldn't push in, I thought it was kind of odd, so I over rid it, everything was fine, until I came to my first turn to brake, it was as if my driver side breaks didn't work and I could feel the steering wheel drift to the right, being rather worried then I went back home, as I pulled in the driveway my CEL came on. I shut the car off looked around for some obvious answer, nothing, so I started the car back up, CEL still on, shifter has the same problem etc...

I took the battery off now also to see if I can reset the ECU, maybe it was a computer problem but any help would be extremely comforting.

I tried the ECU, the CEL went away for a short while, but came back, I've checked absolutely everything I could think of, fuses etc... nothing seems to be abnormal, but something is freaking out half my tib.
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I'm good to go now, I missed a few fuses, some were taped up inside the car at the top, I believe it was fuse number nine.

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I just replaced the #9 fuse, thats what it's labled on hyundai's web tech, because I checked that to see what that all controlled, and it controlled alot of the electronic functions including the A/T switch.

But I had missed checking 4 fuses on the inside of the car, they were at the very top with tape over them<img src=icon_smile_question.gif border=0 align=middle> I guess that would mean that they were very important.

I think what had happened was when I was installing my new tails, I pinched a wire, and took out the fuse in the process, I found a wire that I had caught and got it loose and checked it for actual damage, nothing wrong exept that it was caught behind a bolt. Replaced the fuse after I found this and all was fine from there on.

Nothing else wrong to this day.

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