Question about Hyundai Accent
Both my tag lights are out. I suspect a blown fuse but do not know which fuse it is. The diagram on the fuse box cover does not have that fuse listed.
If your left hand tail lamp works, the problem isn't a fuse. The tag lamp gets voltage from the left hand tail lamp assembly, same voltage source.
Can the tag lamp bulb be serviced separately? If so, check the bulb--bulb socket, check wiring at the socket for voltage and ground. The ground wire should be black, the other wire is voltage.
Posted on Nov 17, 2014
Tag lites work off the running lite fuse.
Posted on Nov 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
do a google search and that should tell you where to get one from or try a junkyard or maybe the ford company can help.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
Facing fuse box, left hand side, bottom fuse
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
SOURCE: 2001 Hyundai XG300 Fuse Diagram
Here is the fuse arrangement...you can see there are usually some spares if they are there.
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You can do it.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
A slightly better set of instructions might help you. Mine is a 2003 Accent. You have to remove the access panel that covers the lamps and the wiper control. Remove the phillips screws along the bottom of the panel (closest to the floor of the trunk when the lid is closed). Then remove the two screws that hold the brackets onto which the two strings are linked which are used to raise the rear deck slightly when the trunk opens. Next, there is a small cover underneath the rear wiper (about 2 inches square) that you need to carefully pry off using a small flat head screw driver via the indents on the lower side of the plastic cover. Inside you will find a 10mm bolt; use a ratchet to remove the bolt. Next, using a small flat head screw driver, carefully pry the middle section of moulding between the panel you are removing and the molding that covers the top portion of the back glass. There are two clips at the base of each middle moulding piece closest to the panel you are removing. Once those pop free, grab the panel at the bottom and firmly but gently pull away from the car body to pop free the two retaining clips holding the moulding to the car body. Finally, use one hand to grasp the panel from the bottom and the other to help help slide the panel "up" towards the glass (top of the car). The panel's top is flanged, and must slide up and away from the lip on which it sits. With the panel removed, grasp the white socket that holds the bulb and with gentle pressure turn it counter clockwise about 40 degrees and then pull the socket out. The replacement bulb is a type 168. Reverse these instructions to assemble, making sure in the end to push all retaining clips back into place until you hear them "catch" and hold the panel firm;y against the car body so that you do not get vibration noise.
Posted on May 19, 2009
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