Question about 2003 Hyundai Tiburon
Low beams are easiest to reach. Open the hood, find the locking cap behind the light housing and turn it a half turn to remove. Unplug the bulb. Disengage the spring lock holding the bulb in place and remove the bulb (be sure you don't touch the glass).
The bulb base has three small flanges that seat right into corresponding slots in the bulb housing. Seat the new bulb using these flanges, lock the bulb into place with the spring lock and replace the locking cap.
The high beams are harder to get to. You might need to pull the battery on the driver's side. The windshield washer tank on the passenger side might also give you some problems. Once you have room to maneuver, the procedure for changing the bulbs is exactly the same as for the low beams (they even use the same bulbs: H7).
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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