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I have a Hyundai Sonata V6 made in 2003 and the driver side

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I have a Hyundai Sonata V6 made in 2003 and the driver side headlight is completely burnt out. Usually I would ask the family mechanic to fix it but he has been very unreliable and I have not head from him in over a month. So here I am, I remember he had two bulbs he had to put in when my other headlight burnt out. I am not very car savvy when it comes to this kind of stuff so I'm sorry if I don't sound very clear. My orange parking light turns on but otherwise the headlight is entirely burnt out. Can you tell me what kind of bulbs I should buy at the auto store and how to install them?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Hyundai
Expert:  Eric replied 1 year ago.


Ok, here are the part numbers:

Low Beam

(###) ###-####

High Beam

(###) ###-####

Give those numbers to the parts person at your local parts store and they will get you the correct bulbs.

To replace the bulbs, you will need to remove the headlamp assembly. There are three bolts at the top to remove(see attached). Remove them and then pull the headlamp assembly forwards. Now disconnect the wiring harness connector to the bulbs, turn the bulb counterclockwise and pull bulb out from rear of the headlamp assembly. Install new bulb and lock in place by turning clockwise. Push connector onto end of bulb until it clicks into place. Do this for both bulbs. Now reinstall the headlamp assembly

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Expert:  Eric replied 1 year ago.

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