All fuses are in order - Doesn't seem to be a problem with the motors(I've had a few camaro's/trans ams that were motor eaters, and it was usually 1 at a time, never both quitting simultaneously. Anyone encountered/heard of this problem? I work in car sales for a Chevy dealership, have explored all the routes of getting an answer without spending money(I'm being cheap, this car is strictly for back and forth to work, and its paid off, don't feel like spending a dime on it in our shop(or a hyundai dealer) since it just came out of warranty. Plus I'm cheap, and can generally fix most things. It seems like this *should* be an easy fix, but I haven't found one. Would just like to enjoy the windows down before spring gets here.
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Here's a photo - remove cap, disconnect connector to bulb, move bulb retainer out of the way & extract bulb - installation of new bulb is in reverse order.
If you want to replace the entire ASSEMBLY, there are three (3) 10mm bolts holding the assy. Remove them, then slide assy forward to access connectors - disconnect them.
I'm a Platinum Certified Hyundai Technician. Low RPM and Limp Home are always accompanied by each other. Throttle body cleaning FIRST - see what that does. ETS motor not probable, crank position sensor (maybe, because engine stops).. if crank position sensor, there's usually a diagnistic trouble code which identifies it. Clean the throttle body first... then see what happens.