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Headlight sensor broken

There is no alarm that tells me that I left the headlights on. Consequently I run down the batteries.

where is the sensor? what is the part number?

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Not all elantras had this option if you belive yours did the buzzer is located by the steering colum and looks like a metal covered relay I am sorry that I can not get u a part # at this time but if u call a parts depo just ask for the headlights off reminder chime

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