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How to replace burnt low beam 1999 sonata

Came out easily but reassembling new bulb and circular holder is not easy

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I have a 2006 civic SI. DRL indicator is on, driver side low and high beam ok. Passenger side low beam ok but DRL and hi beam not working. Any help is appreciated.


When either the high or low beam light is out in either side, DRL (daytime running lights) indicator will come on. When one bulb goes out, that's a clue the opposite bulb will burn out soon, so its best to replace both bulbs. If it was a fuse issue, both left and right side would be out. If driver side is OK but passenger side is not, then its a bulb issue. A 2006 Honda civic takes 9006 (HB4) low beam bulbs and 9005 (HB3) high beam bulbs. Cheapest is online from Walmart site-2-store. After procuring, wear latex, vinyl, or ANY gloves to keep your (corrosive) oil skin from coming in contact with headlight glass bulbs. Your skin oil will chemically react and cause shorter life span on glass bulbs. Instruction don't tell you this, so you handle with your hands, then need to replace bulbs 3 years later instead of 5 years (or more) in the future. With gloves on, pop the hood and look behind each headlight. Turn counter clockwise to unlock headlight bulb holders. Its a quarter to half turn to unlock bulb holder lock. Replace one bulb at a time so you don't confuse high beam from low beam. The wire has a tab you need to lift to pull out & disconnect wire connector. You might need a slim narrow-**** (NOT phillips) screwdriver to lift the tab; or use your house key. Snap the wire connector to the new bulb, then twist into headlight housing to secure bulb holders, then move on to the next bulb to repeat the procedure. Pict below, 9005 high beam is on the left, 9006 low beam is on the right. Handle by grasping the plastic base, not the glass bulbs. The raised potrusion on the bottom center is where the tab locks onto wire connector. Replace all 4 bulbs now, but in the future, its likely the low beam will wear out before the high beam. In the future, replace only the pair, not all 4. The factory installs inferior bulbs that go out sooner, hoping you'll take to dealership and they ******** you with higher parts-n-labor fees. As opposed to Walmart online site-2-store, it would cost you AT LEAST triple in parts & labor from dealership to replace all 4 headlight bulbs :-(
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Nov 29, 2013 | 2006 Honda Civic

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2000 Maxima right passenger side headlamp does not work in low beam only, high beam ok. When I jiggled the harness cable (after replacing the bulb just in case) the lo beam would flicker on/off. Do I...


Dear,

dont buy any harness or module etc.
It is just because the bulb holder as burnt off............please get it changed will cost u very less

thanx

May 07, 2011 | 2003 Nissan Maxima

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I startup engine, then, turned headlights. The headlights had been on about 2 seconds, then, both headlights were suddenly off. High beam lights are ok. Today, I went to AutoZone and changed new fuse (15a)...


Maybe the low beam of both headlights blew up. Headlight bulbs have 2 coils, 1 for high beam and 1 for low beam. Just like a regular light bulb, when the coil breaks the light doesn't work. But the high beams are still ok. If you've never changed em, 8 years come around its probably around time to replace them. If you can, see if you can remove the bulbs. It's pretty easy, for most cars its just locate where the lights are located under the hood, then turn the headlight bulb housing counter clockwise and should pull out. inspect it for any broken coils. if you need to replace both, get the part number or take it to a parts store and ask an employee for help. If you reinstall it yourself, be sure not to let your fingers touch the new bulb. if you do, clean it with rubbing alcohol before you put it back in the housing.

Dec 05, 2010 | Hyundai Sonata Cars & Trucks

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Need to change low beam headlamp bulb


The bulb comes out the back, turn th bulb holder a quarter turn CCW abd pull it right out
The low beam is usualy the same bulb as the high beam, about 6 bucks or so
CAUTION Never touch the new bulb with your fingers, it leaves tiny straks of natural oil that will crack a new bulb

Put your hand in a clean plastic sandwich baggie THEN grab the new bulb ahd it just plugh straight in the holder, replace, turn a quarter turn CW and you're dome
Sometimes they're a ***** to gt your habd behind the bulb, but other than that it's easy

Sep 13, 2009 | 2005 Saturn VUE

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Low beambulb replacement


On the back side of the headlamp assembly, there is a cap (screws on and off). remove this cap and there is a connector (2 pin) connected to the bulb - remove it. Then there's a spring retainer holding the bulb in place -- remove it from its latch and you can remove the bulb. Install new bulb and reinstall the retainer and connector and cap.

Aug 14, 2009 | 2001 Hyundai Sonata

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The right low beam light does not work


should be an easy fix i bet your bulb is burnt out on the high beam so just replace your bulb

May 11, 2009 | Nissan Pulsar Cars & Trucks

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Drivers side low beam is out but high beam works fine


Sounds like a bad bulb or connector to the bulb. I would check the connector make sure its not burnt or melted and then change the bulb.

Apr 14, 2009 | Honda Civic Cars & Trucks

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2001 Hyundai Sonata headlights reversed


First thing to do is confirm that the low beams are actually on when they are supposed to be, and the same for the high. If they are, it is possible that some time in the past an owner simply reversed the bulb assemblies when they removed them to do a bulb replacement. My son's 2001 Sonata uses the same bulb for both high and low beams. It is possible to put them back reversed if you take them both out at the same time. Just try removing the upper bulb assembly and installing it the lower position and put the one that was in the lower position in the upper. If what you say is true, just reversing the bulbs assemblies should solve your problem providing your sonata model is the same as my son's.

Mar 19, 2009 | 2001 Hyundai Sonata

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