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Headlights,dont work, and all fuses are good so what could be the issue?

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  • crash2177 Nov 06, 2008

    Mine is doing the same this morning driving to work in the dark they worked and this evening going to a game in the dark they didn't come one. I checked the fuses under the hood then the one just inside the drivers door, all fuse are OK

  • crash2177 Nov 06, 2008

    BTW, the high beams and the fog lights work just fine

  • kysor Nov 20, 2008

    my 2007 has the opposite problem when the lights are set in auto and they come on they wont go off when you shut off the car. its only the running lights now that wont shut off till you cycle the light switch from auto to off while the key is on will they shut off. this is happening intermitently but they stayed on one day after going through a tunnel they stayed on and when i was out in the light of day they never went off. i didnt know till hours later luckily the battery wasnt dead had enough juice to get it running .i think mine is the sensor relay or controler.

  • Bman4881 Dec 07, 2008

    I am having the same problem on my '01 Tiburon. High beams and fog lights work but low beams do not. In addition my tail lights work but the break lights do not work. All my fuses are good. Any ideas?

  • Anonymous Dec 15, 2008

    Headlights don't work. All fuses are good. I checked the fuses in the dash panel and the fuses under the hood. I also swapped relays in the fuse block under the hood. Parking lights work. Fog lights work. Headlights don't.

  • Anonymous Jan 03, 2009

    I have the problem of my dim headlights suddenly not working, with no fuses or relays seeming to be the issue.
    Also a few days before, but not at the same time, my remote trunk switch in the driver door stopped working.


  • clblood Jan 31, 2009

    My issue is the same as crash2177. The high beams and fog lights work. both low beams went out at once. The fuses under the dash and under the hood are ok. What do we check next?

  • Laura Goode Mar 29, 2009

    my 04 Sonata lowlight on drivers side and my drivers side brake light do not work, the highbeam and turn light both work and the turn light and back up light all work though... checked the fuses and they are fine and the bulbs do NOT appear to be blown... any idea(s) as to what the problem is?
    Thanks for any help at all!!

  • Laura Goode Mar 29, 2009

    my 2004 Hyundai Sonata V6 drivers side lowlight and RL brake light do NOT work but all the other lights associated with these 2 are in perfect working order... have checked the fuses and they are NOT blown and the bulbs seem to appear NOT blown either, any idea(s) or solution(s) as to what could be causing these 2 problems?

    Thanks in advance for any help!

  • elementxy Apr 14, 2009

    I need help with this too. My low beams are out, but the lights beside them work and my fog lights work. The bulbs are okay too. What do I do??

  • Anonymous May 15, 2009

    damn I have the same problem, anyone have an answer yet?

  • Anonymous May 17, 2009

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The headlights fuse is located in front of the car under the hood near the battery, not in the fuse box inside the car. Also check the relay for the headlights it could be the relay problem not the fuse.

Posted on Feb 05, 2010

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    Where is the relay located inside the car ?

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It could be difficult because wiring is complex in any car-start up by headlite n search for any worn or corrosion n then spotchec other-fuses that appear normal can be bad-use a tester

Posted on Aug 16, 2009

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SOURCE: tailights, dont work and dash lights. headlights

First any loose tire or stroller is to blame ...however from the left rear door to the left rear side of tail light is the wire harness then splits off to each socket ..you test backward until tracking down the main hot red or blue or green wire.

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