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Re: how to change head lights of hyundai 1.3i
OK> you may or may not want to disconnect the battery and take it out to give yourself more room. Once you have done this a time or two you will find that you can do it without taking the battery out. When you open up the hood and you are facing the car looking into the engine compartment (we will start with the battery side first). Where the headlights are on the front of the car, under the hood is where the bulb is located. You will see an electrical connector going into a black rubber cover. Peel the black rubber cover back and disconnect the electrical connector. Place the rubber cover to the side and on the inside you will see a very unusual looking paper clip contraption that holds the headlight bulb in place. The secret to this is that it is under tension and held in place in a slot at the bottom. All you need to do is press down, and move it sideways a little bit and it will pop out of the slot. When the paper clip contraption has come out of the slot at the bottom, simply lift it up, and the bulb will come right out. Put the new bulb in, slide the end of the paper clip contraption back into the slot in the bottom, place the black rubber cover back over the headlight area making sure the the (3) prongs from the light bulb are sticking out of the middle of the rubber cover, Re-connect the electrical connector, do the other side the same way and when you are done test the lights to ensure that they both work properly.
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Specifically which torque settings are you referring to. There are thousands to choose from. Please give an example such as "differential carrier", "cylinder head", "exhaust manifold to engine block" etc.
Look under the bumper and you will see two large phillips head screws
right in front of the wheels. Take these two screws out and bend/move
the plastice piece out of the way. Now you can easily get to the bulb.
There is a cap that twists off that protects the wires and back of the
bulb. Twist this off and then remove the plug portion from the back of
the bulb. The bulb then turns 1/4 to 1/2 revolution to loosen and
remove. Reverse steps for installation.
It is common for both headlight bulbs to burn out at once on a Hyundai. Use some dialetric grease on the headlight bulb connectors before inserting the connector into the bulb. Also check for the main ground in the area of the headlight harness and make sure it is good.
hi there the solution is simple, you only need to undo the screw on top of the side light/indicator. then facing the head light place a flat headed screw driver under the bottom lip of side light. the bottom of the lihgt is on a small push fit stud, use a sponge or cloth to protect your bumper paint work then just apply pressure gently to lever side light out towards you, It will come dont worry, you may then change your bulbs if you wish remove the whole light unit you will see the bottom bolt as soon as you release the side light. to replace just push back into place then replace screw. whole job takes about five minutes
if you are saying the front side lights are going off but the headlights remain on ? then could you try this ? put the h/lights on main beam mode then whilst on main beam turn off lights if h/lights go off now ? then with lights still off put onto dipped beam with the switch/stick if h/light come on it is most probably the dipped beam headlights relay that has gone faulty as the h/lights have 2x relays 1for dip +1 for main beam if the above does not make any difference ? it may well be the switch assy hope this helps