Back in September 2018 I received a recall notice on my 2012 Kia Optima for the Brake Pedal Stopper Pad, but under "What should you do" section it stated to regularly check to see if the Stop Lamps remain illuminated after the brake pedal has been released. So this statement assumes that Kia will not replace the faulty part until it fails. I had my Optima in for normal service a couple of times after receiving this recall notice and actually had another recall item corrected. I looked at the issue a bit and eventually had to remove the Stop Lamp fuse in order to remove power from the Stop Lamps. I also started getting an intermittent Electronic Traction Control light displayed, but assumed these issues were related. The next day I had my Son follow me closely to the dealership to have this recall corrected. After about an hour the Service Rep gave me some disturbing news that they found multiple items burned out (Stop Switch, Relay, and burnt wiring). The cost to repair these items was going to be around $545. Needless to say I was not happy, since I believed this was caused by the Stop Lights remaining on for long periods. The Service Rep maintained he could not authorize the repairs covered under the recall, so my only option was to file a claim with Kia Consumer Service. Has anyone else had this recall performed or the actual failure mode associated with it?