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How do you replace the middle brake light on a 2-door Hyundai Accent hatchback?

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2011-09-12 21:00:57
2011-09-12 21:00:57

If your Hyundai accent has a boot you need to open the boot first and on the light housing you should fine two small discs about the size of a 10p coin. These discs have small slots in for you to fit a screw driver in and they should just slot out. Under the discs you will find two screws which you will need to undo, the light should then come of the window, you will then find a snap plug which just pulls apart and helps to remove the light out of the car.You will then need a thin blade of some sort to slot in the narrow seem that runs around the light housing and gentle prise the light apart, this will give you access to the bulb. When you put the light housings back together they will snap in place with small pins and then put the snap plug back together and re-screw on to the back window and replace the cover dics over where the screws go.

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