Hyunia Accent head lights are out and only one high beam will wor
My 2003 Hyundia accent was working fine last night when my husband came home from work. This morning her got up and turned the car on and the head lights were not working.. when he turned on the high beams only one worked... Does anyone know what could have caused this probmlem
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the fuse could have blown, & by the fuse blowing it could cause either the relay to become stuck or damaged or the light main circuit breaker could have been damaged, all these details & the individual locations can be found in your vehicles owners manual. best of luck.
It sounds like a blown fuse. Are you checking them with a test light? And have you located all of the fuses. there will typically be a fuse box under the drivers dash area, and one under the hood. have another look Im certain you'll find a blown fuse. Good luck.
I have a similar problem with my 2003 accent. The problem is a GROUND SHORT in the multi-function switch, which apparently needs to be replaced. This is located in/under the turn signal/high beam switch on the left side of the steering column, and probably needs to be replaced. Check your battery's ground connection first, to make sure it is correct.
On the 03 Accent, there is only one relay which supplies power to both circuits. The 'distribution' of power is controled by the multi-function switch (turn signal switch).
As you can see in this wiring schematic/diagram.
Check for headlight relay and fuse. Some cars have separate circuits for head light flasher and normal high/low beam. From your description, I would suspect a bad connection to/from relay or relay itself.
There's only one relay, but two fuses, both located in the underhood fuse/relay box.
Sounds like you have a wiring problem since sometime the left works and the right doesn't, then the right works then the left doesn't. Might be the multi-function switch on the steering column in combination with the connector M10-1, EM01, SE14 & 16.