I see you have done the easiest checks first, well done. If the fuses are fine, check the bulbs themselves as each build houses the low and high beam filament. If they are faulty replace them. They usually fail as a result of age, vibration, oil residue contamination from fitting.
They are called mini blade fuses Fat Pete
Try Replacing turn signal flasher
I have 2000 accent, my fuse box is to the left of your feet as you sit in the drivers seat, on the side panel. There should be a small door. Hope this helps you out.
have you checked your fuses? it could be as simple as that This is true, there is a separate fuse for the high beams, low beams and radio. Fuses for 1999 LHS are located behind a side panel (drivers side) of the dash next to the steering column. Driver's side door must be open and there is a wiring diagram on this panel.
The ignition switch could be bad if a Hyundai Elantra has no crank and then starts. The fuses which are tied to the ignition should also be checked.
There are a few things to check, first are the bulbs good? high and low are separate elements and the low could be blown out. Second is check the fuses, high beam and low beams often have separate fuses. Third would be the dimmer switch.
Replace the bulb. The low beams and high beams use separate parts inside the bulb. If replacing the bulb does not fix the problem, check the fuses.
My 1999 Hyundai Accents has the wiper fuses on drivers side ,look for box way down under the knob to open up your hood ,i found this out by blowing my wiper fuse a few days ago after an ice storm
The headlights are on two different fuses. The high beams are on one fuse and the low beams are on another fuse. The fuse for the low beams may need to be changed.
Headlight dimmer switch is defective
check fuses, if good, possibly burnt bulbs or wires, check for voltage at wires.
check fuses, then most likely need to replace the high/low switch
The problem is the reverse light switch. It is located on the top of the transmission that should sloved your problem.
Most likely a blown fuse or burnt out bulbs. Check the fuses first
Check the diodes in the fuse box under hood and in the box in interior on the driver's side. The are black and look like mini fuses. Littelfuse makes them and they are also available from dealers. It's common they lose their resistance.
Under the dashboard on the driver's side.
May be a bad relay in power distribution box Could be a bad switch
There is a detachable plastic piece below the coin tray marked "Fuse." If you remove that there should be a clear plastic insert that diagrams the fuses. If yours is missing, the low beam fuses are in the middle row, the two far right fuses. The low beams are on the row with three spare fuses, fourth and fifth from the left. They are all 10A fuses.
first check the bulbs then the curcut then the fuses on the fuse board
Many vehicles have separate fuses for each set. Check the low beam fuse, most likely in the engine compartment fuse panel.
My low beams went out one at a time, after coming on, going off, my husband said, probably the bulbs. No way it could have been cause they went out and came on, went out. It was the bulbs. Walmart changed the high beams the first time, make sure the low beams are changed.
First check the fuses then change the bulbs it is posable for both to go out
should be were the fuses are, under the engine hood
Behind the small change compartment by the drivers left knee. Pull it up and out. On the back of the compartment is the fuse layout, spare fuses and a tool to replace fuses. There are a few high amp fuses in a black plastic box under the hood on the drivers side close to the windshield. A diagram of what they are for is inside the cover. All this is covered in the cars owners manual and is also covered at www.hmaservice.com, a free service by Hyundai