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ok when push the lever forward the high beams don't stay on ? then that lever should be replaced cause that's ur dimmer switch to switch between high/low beam lights if the lever is bad can surge you headlight and blow the headlights, have you check headlight bulbs its rare but it has happened that both blow at the same time
absolutely not the timing belt has no connection to headlights,first locate and check any headlamp related fuses located in either fuse box underhood or in dash area if no lights on high or low beam may pull headlight bulbs and check unlikely both go bad @ once this may end up being multifunction switch on steering column your turn signal lever is what you pull back on to switch rom high beam to low beam correct? if so this switch can cause your problem
Look up into the bumper and see if you can access the fog light. The bulb should just twist out of the back. If not, the assembly should either pop forward or back to come out. I've heard though, that many santa fe's require the removal of the entire front bumper fascia just to get to the bulbs in which case you'd have to remove your headlights to get to the screws holding the bumper fascia on