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2004 elantra - front parking light replacement

2004 elantra - parking light is located in the same light compartment as the low beam. I can get the low beam out, how do I get the parking light out?

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The little parking light (also known as a city light) is in a plastic connector below the low beam lamp that simply slides out of the headlight assembly.

Grasp the plastic connector and pull back away from the headlight assembly and you will be able to unplug the light from the connector for replacement.

Posted on Apr 26, 2010

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