Question about Hyundai Sonata
06 hyndai sonata V 6 has a code of P061B after car had dim lights and lost power.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Get in the trunk, take loose the screws, lift the lens holder, change the bulb. Unfortunately, it's not as easy as it sounds. The hole for the lamp position is offset about 4-5 inches. You cannot get to the bulb to remove it without taking loose the lens holder. You have to remove 2 screws to do that, one of which is hidden by a piece of foam tape.
Also it is impossible to remove the lens holder without slipping a finger underneath to turn the bulb holder. I had to cut off a portion of the bulb holder to slip the lens back in. I left the screws out, as it is impossible to put them back after removal. No wonder the dealer wants $50 to change the bulb-it took me about 45 minutes.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
I have had my check engine light come on several times and my car is sluggish. I took it to dealership each time, first they said it was loose gas cap, once they suggested getting fuel injectors cleaned which I did, then they said that the oil intake was too much at one time causing the engine to miss. They eventually replaced the oil solenoid valve and my check engine light does not come on but the car still misses when I accelerate. My warranty is almost out and I am afraid it is going to be a huge expense for me in the future. Any suggestions on what I should do???
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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Posted on Oct 01, 2009
if vehicle has less than 200,000 kms then i think cat is ok ,check the O2 sensors with a automotive meter rather than reading the obdii ,which i cannot do anyway in europe but at least you will know if they work or not their are two O2 sensors on each cat one before the and one after ,unless this is a high mileage vehicle i dont think the cats will be gone
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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