http://www.hmaservice.com/webtech/ Choose your car, click on the shop tab and then contents. Here is the direct link if you have trouble: http://www.hmaservice.com/webtech/iindex.asp?id=394878671#_394878671
Also check out http://www.hyundaiperformance.com/forums/ They have a pretty good maintenance section as well (a lot of people there are DIYers).
change out the bulbs......
blinker blubs on a 1997 f150 front blubs
Go to Autozone. When you purchase the bulbs they will put them in for free.
The hazard and blinker lights are located behind the dashboard tray. To fix the fuse, you unfortunately had to take the dashboard out.
Age. If it is the bulb in the instrument cluster change all the bulbs at the same time.
If your that stupid you don't need to be driving
From the outside of the car.. Just un-screw the two screws and change the bulb.
These are H7 bulbs.
Rear? Open tail gate remove 2 black screws in door jamb Entire fixture will pull out Remove and replace bulbs as needed
No it means you have your left blinker on. The right bulbs have nothing to do with the left blinker. An incandescent bulb either works or it doesn't. There is no dying out.
It has been my experience that when the blinker comes on but the lights don't blink there is one or more bulbs burned out. If that is not the case check the flasher.
check your bulbs
When blinker is blinking too fast it usually means one of your turn signal bulbs are burnt out. Check if bulbs are working. If not replace blown bulb.
One of your turn signal bulbs is out.
On my 2000 Hyundai Elantra, you can access the license plate lights from the outside. You use a flathead to pop out the right side of the light, twist the back end (where the wire comes out) and the part with the bulb comes out. Pull it out, slide the new bulb in, retwist it into its container and pop the light back in place. Repeat for other side. Cost me $3 for the bulbs and took me about 5 min to do.
Get a light insert it in the car! obvious
- On the 4th Gen F bodies, Crawl under the car, where the turn signal is out- unscrew the 2 screws holding the bulb in and pull down the flap. Then remove the bulb and install in reverse order. Fogs can be changed from here as well. - You can also access the blinker bulbs through the headlights. Just flip headlights open but do not turn on. Once headlight is open you can unscrew and remove casing around the headlamp. You will be able to see both the blinker bulb and the fog bulb. This leaves you plenty of room to change bulbs.
Most blinker circuits do not flash if one bulb is burned out. If the bulbs are all OK then the flasher is probably bad.
From inside the trunk pull back the carpet and get access to the tailight assembly. Remove the fasteners on the tailights then unscrew the bulbs and replace.
The front ones are removed with 2 screws and the side one can by removed by sliding the casing out and changing the bulbs. If you are any good at solving problems you can figure this out using a screw driver and pliers. Good Luck
If all you're trying to do is change the bulbs, they can be accessed (barely) through the plastic doors in front of the tires. Pain in the rear to get to, but you can twist the sockets to pop them loose from the housing and replace the bulbs.
There are many bulbs on a vehicle, need to know which bulbs you want to change.
Could be anything from a bad flasher, bulbs are out or the turn signal bulbs could have dirty contacts.
the blinker relay is probably bad
If it is not blinking at all or blinks too fast, one of the bulbs is burned out.