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SOURCE: 2004 hyundai sonata headlamps dont work check all fuses

I'm not surprized to hear that you have not found any bad fuses. That is a good thing...because fuses do not CAUSE electrical system failures anyway. Electrical system failures cause fuses to blow. If you are going to figure anything out when it comes to automotive electrical system failures, it is very important to understand the proper cause and effect. Otherwise you will only spin your wheels and go nowhere. If there is a blown fuse, it will not do much good to replace it unless you diagnose and repair the reason that it blew in the first place. (Fuses do not just go around blowing for no reason, just to make your day miserable.)

OK, 'nuff Preachin'.......

The first thing that I recommend that you do, is to gather (and post) more information about the problem. Are the headlamps not working at all? Are both the HIGH BEAM and the LOW BEAM lamps not working? Both sides of the vehicle? or is one side working? Is the vehicle equipped with daytime running lamps? (this makes a HUGE difference in the list of possible causes.) What about the tail lamps and fog lamps? Are they all working? Also, does the HIGH BEAM INDICATOR on the dash work?

The answers to all of these questions can be clues to where in the headlamp system the fault could be located.

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What could result if your car has an electrical short?


This is a very wide question. Anything bad from blowing a fuse to burnt wiring can result from a short. Just to cover the basics. What is a short?
An electrical circuit consists of a power supply (battery, alternator), a load (electric motor, lamp, resistor etc) a switch and finally a conductor - the wires and a fuse.
The electricity must flow through the whole circuit in order for it to work. A short circuit, commonly called a short, means a path is present for some reason or other that causes the electricity to bypass some parts of the designed circuit.
Say for example you have a front end accident, and the headlamp is broken is such a way that the bulb leads are shorted to earth. There is now a short between the headlamp wires and earth, and the headlamp fuse will burn out, also known as "blow".
If, however, an accident causes a short between the fuse box and the power supply, the wires themselves now will act as a fuse, and they will burn out., causing lots of smoke and toxic fumes.
Car electrics are designed to be safe from electric fires and short circuits by using fuses, circuit breakers and relays, but funny things can happen. I hope this helps.

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Where is the switch of fog lights in hyundai sonata 2005?


IS LOCATED ON SWITCH WHERE YOU TURN ON HEADLAMPS GRAB THE END OF THAT SWITCK AND PULL OUTWARD.

Jan 03, 2013 | 2005 Hyundai Sonata 2.4

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2004 hyundai sonata headlamps dont work check all fuses


I'm not surprized to hear that you have not found any bad fuses. That is a good thing...because fuses do not CAUSE electrical system failures anyway. Electrical system failures cause fuses to blow. If you are going to figure anything out when it comes to automotive electrical system failures, it is very important to understand the proper cause and effect. Otherwise you will only spin your wheels and go nowhere. If there is a blown fuse, it will not do much good to replace it unless you diagnose and repair the reason that it blew in the first place. (Fuses do not just go around blowing for no reason, just to make your day miserable.)

OK, 'nuff Preachin'.......

The first thing that I recommend that you do, is to gather (and post) more information about the problem. Are the headlamps not working at all? Are both the HIGH BEAM and the LOW BEAM lamps not working? Both sides of the vehicle? or is one side working? Is the vehicle equipped with daytime running lamps? (this makes a HUGE difference in the list of possible causes.) What about the tail lamps and fog lamps? Are they all working? Also, does the HIGH BEAM INDICATOR on the dash work?

The answers to all of these questions can be clues to where in the headlamp system the fault could be located.

May 23, 2012 | Hyundai Motor 2004 Sonata

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2005 hundai (korea) sonata ~~~ headlamps will not come on with low beam~~~fog/parking lights work and high beam work. inside dash info panel show low beam as being on as does high beam when turned...


3 choices,bulbs gone......fuse blown.....dip switch gone,check cheapest FIRST.(are you sure your sonata was made in Korea as most are made in CHINA.its the largest TAXI fleet in the WORLD.)

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Does a 2007 hyundai sonata have headlight fuses?


Under the hood there is a fuse box that contains the head lamp relays for high and low. The relays are replaceable. I didn't see the fuse for it, but I wouldn't rule it out that there is a fuse for that application.

If your headlamps are not operating try to first determine if the headlamps have blown out by replacing one or two of them.

If you suspect there is just a blown fuse, then get a fuse tester to aid in quick diagnosis (5 minutes of time) of whether any of the many fuses are blown under power.

Good luck with this repair.
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Jan 29, 2011 | Hyundai Sonata Cars & Trucks

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We have a 2005 Hyundai Sonata and both headlights suddenly stopped working. The fog lights and parking lights work just fine but neither headlight will turn on. Both lights are newer bulbs so I would not...


with or without DRL (day time running lamps)

if without...
since both headlamps have their own fuse I would start by testing the headlamp (low) relay

if however, the high beams do not work either, then you may have a more serious wiring concern


let me know if you need any further assistance

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2004 hondai sonata passanger headlamp paper clip


hi from uk the headlamp bulb retaining clip ? if you go visit local breakers you will find the clip you mention on almost any car/model if you know what clip looks like even if the headlamps on crashed cars are broken this clp is still usable and undamaged hope this helps ?

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Problems with brake lights on my 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee


YES -- process of elimination. Obviously there's a short circuit in the Brake/Headlight circuits - right? Blown fuse(s) is/are evident of this -- would you agree? Which fuse(s) is/are blowing? An analysis tells you that the only time a fuse blows is when the headlamps are turned on -- correct? Otherwise, brake lights work normally -- right? OK. Head lamps have relays which turn them on. Here's a wiring diagram of the 2000 Hyundai Sonata (NOT the Jeep Grand Cherokee)
7a9e354.jpg a663f53.gif It would appear the problem is with one or more bulbs or sockets or both. As you many notice, there are no connections between the headlamps and brake lamps except the parking lamps (which share the bulbs/sockets)
c7068ec.gif When the headlamps are turned on, so does the tail lamp relay. As you can see, these bulbs/sockets are 'DUAL' filament to ground (series-parallel circuit). Just a guess here - the short is in one of the lower rear brake/parking lamp bulbs/sockets.... just a guess.

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Change headlight bulb on 2001 Sonata


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