Question about 2007 Hyundai Accent GS Hatchback
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OK on most Hyundais the bulb is held in place with what seems like a complicated system but it is quite easy and takes maybe 20 minutes. Open the hood and where the headlight is on the inside of the hood there should be a large rubber cover that covers up all of the headlight apparatus. Peel that back some and you should see the electrical connectors for the headlights. Using a screwdriver or something similar disconnect the electrical connector at that point you should be able to access the inner part where the bulb is. The bulb is held in place with what looks like a paper clip that has been bent at a lot of weird angles. What you will need to do is apply pressure on the free end of this paper clip looking contraption and it will lift up and the bulb pops out. Put the new bulb in, Pop the paper clip looking thing back into place, re-connect the electrical connectors and put the rubber cover back on. Then do the other side, it is best to do headlights in pairs because as soon as you do one side a week later the other side will burn out. You can generally also buy them as a pair a little bit cheaper. Hope this helps
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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