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Third Brake light in Hyundai Sonata

How do you replace the bulb in the third brake light (one in back window) in a 2006 Hyundai Sonata?

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  • CharltanC Sep 07, 2008

    I have a 2008 Sonata. How to replace the center brake light is not described either in the 2008 manual. Can anyone help?

  • gunilla Sep 20, 2008

    same problem 2007 hyundai sonata.

  • manoj99 Jan 30, 2009

    i have the same problem with the third brake light bulb,

  • Ken C Feb 19, 2012

    @Spencer. Thank you!!! You saved me a bunch of work and a bunch of money. I just finished and it only took my 20 minutes.

    @Z Car Go. My fingers are too fat to do it that way. Great idea though.

  • Keith White Feb 23, 2012

    OMFG What an engineering nightmare. I am a retired millwright of 30 yrs and it it took me 1 1/2 hours to do that little ****. The way I found was to indeed cut the wings of the buld socket up to the base, BUT, on the lens carrier, the little piece of tin and the screw serve NO purpose. Remove the screw and with sidecutters, cut the screw post to the base. Then you can get needle nose in there to twist the lamp socket into place. What a money maker for those who not mechanical!

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You need a philips screwdriver and a flashlight, and a telescoping magnet is recommended.

the best way to do this would be to empty your trunk, and lay in the trunk on your back with your legs hanging out and your flashlight pointed up at your work.
inside the trunk directly under the stoplamp you should see a connector, disconnect that and you should see a philips screw. remove the screw.
this part is a little tricky, shine the light up and to the left so that you can see the fastener that holds the bulb into the lamp. take your screwdriver, and place the tip on the flat part that sticks off of the bulb socket and press, so that you can turn it. once the socket is released, remove the bulb socket & bulb with its wire completely.
next, about 2-3 inches to the left of the rectangle where you removed the bulb & socket you should see a hole that is covered with a black foam. remove the foam from the hole, look straight up and you will see another philips screw. remove it, i recommend using a magnet to pull it from its hole after you've loosened it almost all the way, but whatever you do, do NOT do NOT drop that screw. it is almost impossible to retrieve and if you dont, it will rattle.
once you have both screws removed, get out of the trunk and go into the backseat and lift the 3rd brakelamp assembly off of the package tray; it may need a little negotiation, but be patient, it will come out.
once you have the stoplamp assembly out of the car, take the bulb socket, it should have a long flat tip at the bottom. take a pair of dikes and cut that tip completely off. replace the bulb, and install the bulb & socket into the lamp assembly, and re-install the lamp from inside the car, slowly and carefully slding it back into place. (hint, the more of the flat tip that you cut off, the easier it will slide into place).

once the lamp is back in place, hook up the connector, and re-install the screws, and you're done.

Posted on May 17, 2009

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  • mdpow Jun 12, 2011

    Great step by step directions......it was just like you wrote and it worked out well!!!! Thanks!!!

  • thebbks Jun 23, 2011

    How 'bout this. Took the second screw out prematurely, dropped it, but was able to retrieve it w/ a telescoping magnet. Had to put it back, then take it out as directed, then LOST it good. thank God for a neighbor who has EVERYTHING, was able to find a similar screw. But those directions are right on. Guess you saved me about $140.00. THANX

  • PitBurg Aug 15, 2011

    I first tried re-installing the socket through the trunk using the two holes. I could not get the socket back in the assembly and my bulb also fell off into the assembly. Then I removed the two screws took off the assembly and retrieved my bulb. I cut off the tab but apparently not enough and had to push down on the tray some to guide the assembly back in. The whole process is ridiculous. There is no reason an access opening right under the bulb socket was not cut out. The only reason is to generate revenue for a dealer. What they didn't count on was people's ingenuity.

  • Layne Barrett
    Layne Barrett Jun 29, 2012

    Thanks so much for the directions, it was a pain but I got it done, called the service manager at Hyundai where they'd just fixed a prob with stop light switch for $100 and told her that whoever designed this light should be tied to a fire-ant hill. She said it was some short Korean guy. lol Also told me they'd charge $50 bucks to change it. So I pressed on and finally got it thanks to your wisdom!!!!!

  • Bob E. Jul 14, 2012

    I read "Best Solution" and others. Wish we had pictures here! I did not understand fully until I did it myself, so I am sharing (from memory) what worked for me, so others can know what to do (and not) do do! [I am using the "Best Solution" as my template, editing it down]. I finished the job with a magnetic phillips screwdriver, flashlight, regular screwdriver and dikes (snipping) tool. Laid in empty trunk, unplugged wire connector, removed 1st phillips screw (the electric connector mounts with this screw). Shined light up and to left to see fastener that holds bulb into lamp (this is a long, thin rectangular plastic extension connected to the socket), and used screwdriver/finger to rotate 1/4 turn left, till bulb socket was released from slot. Remove socket, bulb, & wire. 2-3 inches to the left I pushed back black foam covering the other hole (should have cut it that foam out, it kept slipping back), removed other phillips screw straight above hole, using magnetic phillips. Went into backseat to remove 3rd brakelamp assembly, but it would not lift out easily. I was not so patient (sorry) and it looks like I tore part of the 3 back tabs getting it out (but this should not hurt anything since it is wedged in there so securely). After I got it out I realized there is a rectangular piece hanging down near the front that makes it necessary to left the front of the assembly up to get it out). With stoplamp assembly in the back seat, I put the bulb in the socket, put my foot on the brakes to confirm the new bulb worked (it did). I tried to reinstall the assembly with the bulb socket installed, but I could not slip it back in from the back seat because the long, thin tab attached to the bulb socket was in the way, and I did not understand the instructions about using the dikes to snip off the long, flat tab and the bottom of the socket. If I had done this, maybe I could have installed the assembly from the back seat with the bulb socket installed. Instead, I probably took a different route. [With the route I took, there is no need to remove the assembly from the back seat at all. The only advantage was letting me see the socket more clearly, but I did not need to remove it]. So I reinstalled the brake assembly from the back seat, and went back to the trunk, and replaced both screws to stabilize the assembly (did not mount the connector yet). Then came the most difficult part. Using my flashlight in my mouth, and alternating between my ring finger and a long screwdriver in any of the 3 holes that can reach the hole where the socket must be installed, I attempted to return the bulb socket to the assembly. After repeated failure (with prayers for guidance, and for forgiveness for a cuss word that escaped my lips), I realized that it would be easier if I snipped off the long, thin black tab, since it was getting in the way. After this, I was able to finally insert the socket into the assembly, and rotate it 1/4 turn to the right [NOTE: With a flashlight you can see where the slots are, so you can align the slots when you insert the socket]. Then I removed the 1st screw, mounted the connector, replaced the screw, and plugged it in. ***VICTORY!*** At this point I felt like I'd just climbed Mt. Everest, having saved at least $100! I could not have done it (without destroying or disassembling the trunk), without the great advice I read in this blog. Thank you everyone for contributing. [P.S. While doing this, I seriously wondered about drilling an access hole right beneath the brake light socket. But I noticed that the metal there was double thick, i.e. apparently 2-pieces of metal with air gap, and I noticed it was thick metal]. Cheers!

  • Bob E. Jul 14, 2012

    P.S. The comment I just posted was for a 2008 Hyundai Sonata.

  • nfojb Jan 11, 2013

    Gotta cut the tip off. All other remedies will only cause you pain and a lot of anger.

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    r_powers Jan 13, 2013

    just did it on a 2007 Sonata. Thanks!

  • Colin Lister
    Colin Lister Oct 17, 2013

    I did it also. Make it easier by using two long flat screwdrivers of equal length (crossed over) to add some gentle leverage to pop the lamp assembly back in without damaging or moving the bulb holder. Took two minutes all up.

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    Neal Mar 23, 2014

    Did any of you take pictures? I have the first screw and the white assembly out but the only second screw is the black one way in the back left side as I am laying down in the trunk. Is that the 2nd screw? Also I do not see anything that can pop out.

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Unplug the connector in the trunk.
Remove the 2 gold-colored screws from inside the trunk. They can be seen from the trunk. One of them is thru the larger square opening where the wire connects to the high-mount brake light. The second is on the right side thru a small (screwdriver width) hole covered by a piece of foam tape.
After removing the 2 screws, go inside the cabin and the brake light housing pops right up.
Disconnect the bulb from the housing while inside the cabin.
Back in the trunk, remove the wire and bulb. The wire from the connector to the bulb socket should be about 5 inches long.

Reverse steps to install.

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Here's what I did. I fixed it in about 3 minutes. Didn't even need a tool. You can access it through the holes in the trunk. If you're lying on your back in the trunk, there's a "wide" opening about 1.5"x1.5" on the right of the light, and a very small, 3/4" hole on the left. If you can fit a finger in the left hole, this will work. I was able to fit my ring finger in. Putting a finger in each hole (sounds dirty!), you can reach the bulb. Give it a twist and it pops out. Putting it back in requires a little more patience, but it can be done with the same method.

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Here's a brilliant idea that my boyfriend came up with and it WORKED! The part the hold the bulb in (black piece) is what's keep it from being able to slip the compartment back in. If you cut it or shave it down right before you hit the wire, you will be able to slip it back in with no problems. If you can't understand my explanation, feel free to email me: leilanivb@gmail.com.

Posted on Aug 11, 2010

  • sspunt Nov 19, 2010

    This worked - take out the two gold screws from inside the trunk. Then pull up the brake light housing from insdie the car. wiggle the bulb housing loose and you wil be able to remove it. To install the ne w bulb, I shaved down as much of the black plastic as I could - be careful not to damage the wires. You have to remove the plastic just about to the terminals, but then you will ahve enough room to reinstall the light bulb and housing from inside the car. Then go back to the trunk to replace the two screws and plug the wire back in.

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I had the same issue. It's pretty much impossible to fix it as a consumer. My mechanic didn't even know how to do it, so I was forced to take it the the dealership. They do it and it takes them about 40min. If I can recall right, it took them this long because they said it's a pain to get to and I believe had to unassemble the top part of the trunk. It cost about $10-$15.

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    Pamela Anderson Sep 08, 2010

    Where did you take yours that it was that cheap? The dealer here in Raleigh said $140 to replace the bulb and I can't afford that!!!

  • wadnee Sep 05, 2011

    Thank you!
    This was perfict instructions. .
    Couldn't have done it without your post.http://www.fixya.com/cars/t1014692-third...

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We also cut off the plastic tip before the wire because it is not easy to get the bulb in the hole after you have taking it apart its imposable to get it back the way it came out , big screw up on there part .

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I trilled a hole with a hole saw to get access. Huge pain.

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I'm not sure if this will apply for later models, but for my 2001 Sonata open the trunk, look under the rear deck and you will see a socket like that of the other brake lights. Rotate it 1/4 turn counter-clockwise and the socket will drop out. Replace the bulb, place the socket back in place and tighten with 1/4 turn clockwise. No need to remove the housing.

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I performed the same technique, but I did have to cut a small piece out of the
bottom of the package carrier, saved it and glued it back into place can't even tell that it was cut. Hint, when removing the screws put some rope caulk on the end of the screwdriver and the screw will stick to the caulk and it will not fall. Same thing when replacing the screws.
My dealer wanted to charge me $79.00, cost me $2.00 instead. I agree lousy engineering on this third light, maybe on purpose maybe not, who knows.

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Thanks for all your help. I didn't quite understand that the first goal is to get the light socket out of the way so the light assembly could be easily removed and second to modify the light socket to make it easier to reassemble and in the future to make the whole operation much easier. I think the problem is that Hyundai forgot to put a proper 1 inch access hole under to light socket as suggested above.
I changed the order a little and first undid the two screws using a magnet tipped Philips screw driver. Then went inside the car and propped the light assembly up with a couple of 3/4 wooden blocks. The light socket then was easy to see and I used a screw driver to turn the socket by pushing on the right side tab. The light and socket fell our that the light assembly came our easily.
You need about 3/4 inch to replace the light and socket in place so I cut the tang on the light socket right back to the fat portion of the socket. This expose the end of the connectors so I put a little bit of tape on them for appearance sake. Then pushed the light assembly back in place. I fished the connector back in place and replaced the screws. This mod made the reassemble real easy and simple for getting it apart again. Thanks again All. Alan

Posted on Jul 27, 2012

  • Alan Robb Jul 27, 2012

    Thanks for all your help. I didn't quite understand that the first goal is to get the light socket out of the way so the light assembly could be easily removed and second to modify the light socket to make it easier to reassemble and in the future to make the whole operation much easier. I think the problem is that Hyundai forgot to put a proper 1 inch access hole under to light socket as suggested above.
    I changed the order a little and first undid the two screws using a magnet tipped Philips screw driver. Then went inside the car and propped the light assembly up with a couple of 3/4 wooden blocks. The light socket then was easy to see and I used a screw driver to turn the socket by pushing on the right side tab. The light and socket fell our that the light assembly came our easily.
    You need about 3/4 inch to replace the light and socket in place so I cut the tang on the light socket right back to the fat portion of the socket. This expose the end of the connectors so I put a little bit of tape on them for appearance sake. Then pushed the light assembly back in place. I fished the connector back in place and replaced the screws. This mod made the reassemble real easy and simple for getting it apart again. Thanks again All. Alan

  • Alan Robb Jul 27, 2012

    Thanks for all your help. I didn't quite understand that the first goal is to get the light socket out of the way so the light assembly could be easily removed and second to modify the light socket to make it easier to reassemble and in the future to make the whole operation much easier. I think the problem is that Hyundai forgot to put a proper 1 inch access hole under to light socket as suggested above.
    I changed the order a little and first undid the two screws using a magnet tipped Philips screw driver. Then went inside the car and propped the light assembly up with a couple of 3/4 wooden blocks. The light socket then was easy to see and I used a screw driver to turn the socket by pushing on the right side tab. The light and socket fell out then the light assembly came out easily.
    You need about 3/4 inch to replace the light and socket in place so I cut the tang on the light socket right back to the fat portion of the socket. This expose the end of the connectors so I put a little bit of tape on them for appearance sake. Then pushed the light assembly back in place. I fished the connector back in place and replaced the screws. This mod made the reassemble real easy and simple for getting it apart again. Thanks again All. Alan

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Hi,
I have a 2010 Sonata. You are so right!! This is an engineering NIGHTMARE!!! I took my dikes and snipped the scoket piece completely OFF! Thanks for your input. You're right too, that the socket--that sticks out has NO PURPOSE whatsoever!
Thanks for your help! By the way, my 2005 Accent is nothing like this 2010 Sonata. Should have bought a new Accent 2 1/2 yrs ago instead of this.

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Solution #2 works but you might not be able to get the assembly back in with the new bulb unless the rear dash is removed. Very difficult fit. Or you could trim the dash a little or cut off the plastic socket tail if you think you can, then it should slide back. PS: use an LL long life bulb this time!! Design flaw!!!!

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    Pamela Anderson Sep 08, 2010

    MAJOR design flaw and the local dealer is charging $140 to replace the bulb. I have to get it fixed in order to get my car inspected so I can renew my registration.

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    Pamela Anderson Sep 08, 2010

    MAJOR design flaw and the local dealer is charging $140 to replace the bulb. I have to get it fixed in order to get my car inspected so I can renew my registration.

  • Pamela Anderson
    Pamela Anderson Sep 08, 2010

    MAJOR design flaw and the local dealer is charging $140 to replace the bulb. I have to get it fixed in order to get my car inspected so I can renew my registration.

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    Pamela Anderson Sep 08, 2010

    I would have thought drilling the hole would do the trick and also of course make it easier to replace next time.

  • reddd442 Sep 15, 2010

    I agree! Changed it myself only after the dealer said the only way was to remove the back seat and partially remove the rear deck. Part of it actually broke since the fit was so tight, but fortunately it was hidden. It takes a lot of time to remove everything just to replace a 2 dollar bulb. I imagine you could drill a hole from the trunk, but I just decided to attempt doing it the "dealer" way. Major pain, and I dread the next time the bulb goes out. Now I understand why the dealer charges so much. Unless you are up to a large investment in time (hours), and a lot of frustration, pay the dealer....... money well spent!

  • Freval Jan 23, 2011

    Wow, what a design flaw. Best thing to do is to FORGETABOUTIT!!!!

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I did something different. i drilled a pilot hole thru the two layers of metal. then i use a metal hole saw and drilled a1.25" hole thru both pieces of metal. now i can reach up and replace the bulb anytime with and no problems this was a 2008 sonata i also did it to my 2007. there is a flat square area where i drilled the hole.

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I Changing this bulb can be a nightmare so I did what Hyundai should have done, I cut a 2 inch hole in the sheet metal directly under the bulb socket. This took me over an hour because there are two separate sheet metal sections to cut through but now it is unbelievably simple to change the bulb especially if it burns out again. It was well worth the effort and I saved $75 (dealer price).

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The inside light come on win

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  1. Disconnect battery negative cable.
  2. Disconnect high mounted stop lamp electrical connector from inside trunk.
  3. Remove package tray.
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SOURCE: My high level brake light has bruned out,(third brake light). I was informed by the dealer the back window panel has to be removed to replace the 3.00 dollar bulb, total cost 75.00 dollars. With some

replace the bulb...??? This requires you remove the rear package deck (to access the bulb & socket). to do this, remove the seat bottom (two bolts hold the rear seat bottom to the chassis, then remove the bolts which hold the shoulder cushions (LH & RH - 12mm bolts) then remove the cosmetic molding around the trunk access (7 to 8 screws) then remove the "C" pillar covers (SRS curtain airbag LH & RH) to access the rear deck package & access the third brake lamp bulb. replace it, then reassemble.

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