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Re: fog light burned out
If its aftermarket youll have to replace the whole thing, but if it came with the car you should be able to replace it. look at the back of the light where the wires come in at. there should be an appartis that can be removed the the light is attached to. if you have trouble, take it to your local auto parts store. im sure they wont mind helping
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Crawl under the car on the side where the light is, get a visual between the fron tire and the lower part of the bumper and you should see the wiring, turn counter clockwise half turn, pull and there's your light bulb. When replacing, don't touch the bulb with your hands. Make sure you take the old bulb to the auto part store with you for they have two types. It should cost about $10.
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
well you will have to go to the dealership and give them your vin order it and this is how you put it in take off the bottom sheild its retainered in or bolted in and then you should be able to get the light in . its really that eaasy
you don't. you disconnect the wire on the back of the light assembly and then the bulb twists counter clockwise and pops out, to re-install reverse the procedure. the wire is accessible from below the car under a black plastic flap the pulls down out of the way directly underneath the fog light.
first things first check your fuses for your fog lamps for any type of rust or corrosion and replace them, second check to see if a bulb is blown sometimes if 1 bulb is blown bolth lights wont work, and 3rd check the wires under the car for cuts or burns. if you have too replace them. if none of those work replace your foglamp on/off switch