Xiao Qin: Thank you for your instructions! I just replaced the headlight bulb in the
Hyundai Tucson 2009 passenger side. The clip is slightly different from
that in Elantra. It took me 20 minutes to figure out how to replace it. The
driver side is much harder to replace.
Martin Longstreet: I just replace the headlight bulb in a 2009 Hyundai Elantra driver side
behind the battery. No swearing no curse words. I didn't even have to take
out the headlight apperatus. Besides thanking all the good people on
Youtube it helps to have medium size hands
Aracelli Abramov: thank you for sharing... but you got the easy side.. what about the other?
the battery cover the access, how do you get there?
Doug L: Thanks so much. Very helpful video. Just finished changing both headlights
on my 2006 Hyundai Elantra. Saved me a ton of money doing myself.
Jack Barber: thanks 2004
Rasher Quivers: Thank you for the help. This is a great way for me to show my son 2000
miles away how to change the headlamp
Robert WalterJ: Thanks, this helped a lot.
Peter Wuwei: Thanks, this video was very helpful in replacing our lights in our 2002
Andrew Howell: Great video! Got the job done in no time. Thanks!
Ryan Stanley: How the heck do you get the clip back on if it is loose? It popped off the
Tom Tran: Thanks! Was able to replace driver's side bulb w/o removing battery but the
guard plastic screw got damaged but that's another story.
berrykooll: I should have watched this lol I lost a screw.. this is the exact same
process I should have uses on my Kia spectra sigh. Trip to the junkyard it
is. Is it really necessary to have all 3 screws? Where the gold colored
Fixbook: lol thanks, I'm glad I could help.
Zeeshan Kadri: Awesome video to learn, well I bought a 2001 Hyundai Accent. Do I have to
use same way to change the bulb?
Rob Perrotta: Thanks for your help, this was easy with your guide! I just did this on my
passenger side bulb, meanwhile my drivers side bulb went out so I have to
do the same there. Hope I don't have to remove the whole battery as another
dreamlawssu: This video was super helpful. You just saved me 12 bucks in labor.
Andrew Black: Great how to. Thanks!
dadauto1: I wished I had looked at your guide BEFORE i tried doing it myself. lol
thenick516: Also, if you're doing both sides, do driver first because after you pull
the battery you will have complete view of everything which will help with
the other side that doesn't have the best view (remember to write down
radio presets if you pull the battery)
Illswyn: I've replaced several of these on my girlfriend's Hyundai. The frustration
from removing that clip, especially on the passenger side is difficult to
even describe. Having the reservoir so close...who's idea was that? Now
that I see how the clip is SUPPOSED to be connected, it may not be so
frustrating. And with the light not wobbling, I may not be replacing bulbs
every 6 months. Still, this is the most frustrating kind of headlight I've
ever dealt with. I'm glad I have sealed beams on my car.
Fixbook: lol thanks
Fixbook: lol, yes to some maybe. Thanks for your tip :)
unleashyour360: Hey buddy, Thanks for the video, I had watched another video when I had to
replace the drivers side bulb and I had to take apart the assembly that
held down the entire headlight, take the headlight itself out then change
the bulb. After watching yours, I realized how much work I did without any
reason. I just replaced the passenger side bulb in less than 3 mins. Thanks
a lot man!
Fixbook: No problem
Chelsea M: Wow thanks! I am a single chick, and I know nothing about cars, so thought
I was going to have to either pay to have it done, or find someone who knew
how to do it that I would then owe a favor to. But thanks to your video, I
did it ALL BY MYSELF!
mike31eagle: Thanks for the tip... But what do I do for the other side that has the
battery? Do I take it out? If so do I remove the hot first?
Xiomara Restivo: nice
Fixbook: Cool, your welcome, and I'm glad I could help.
Jeff Carr: so show doing the right side with the battery in the way.
jmoobl: Hey, thanks for the how-to. It helped make the job easy. Really appreciate
the effort you made to make the steps as visible as possible in such a
narrow space, especially working the clip that holds the bulb in place.
It's not hard to actually work the clip, but it would've been a puzzle to
figure out because of the inability to look at what you're doing. Having it
demonstrated made it a snap to figure, so thanks. If karma is a real thing,
some of the good stuff should be coming your way.
Fixbook: Thanks for your comment. And idk about karma, but Jesus is very real, and
God has blessed me greatly already (with health, a beautiful wife, and home
Fixbook: That's a good idea thanks for suggestion
Angelica Nevarez: Saved my life , thank you ! (:
Worn Buffett: I subbed! Thanks! Saved me some time.
Fixbook: No problem, thanks for commenting
Jesse Guthrie: Thanks man helped me alot
leftcoastshot: Worked great. That clip was puzzling. It hooks from the bottom so you are
pushing it toward the front of the car then down toward the ground to
unhook it. For the drivers side the whole thing is a breeze without the
confined space issue from the right side when you remove the battery; to do
this without removing the battery is ridiculous - just pull the battery, so
totally worth it.
Fixbook: No problem gald to hear I could help
tomasiq: Heh, the same applies to me. Today I was trying changing it myself for like
1 hour - with no result and sore fingers. After I saw the video, it took me
ShinraXSoldier: freak that stupid pin. Such a pain in the ass to get it locked in. Thanks
for the help though
Fixbook: Probably will
yoseph777: Ok, your video has given me confidence.I can try it on my own. Dont'have to
call my cousin.
Chris Boyd: Wow,...hat clip would have been a booger without seeing you work it first.
Thanks again,...you now have a fixbook for life fan!
NonSequiturASMR: This worked on the Sante Fe as well, and I looked at our Scion Xb which
also looks the same. Thank you!
thenick516: thx video was a help!! ADVICE TO ANYONE RE: DRIVER SIDE BULB: it is a VERY
tight squeeze and just taking the plastic cover infront of the battery most
likely will not be enough. UNLESS YOU HAVE INCREDIBLY SMALL HANDS AND HAVE
THE EXPERIENCE TO DO IT WITHOUT BEING ABLE TO SEE ANYTHING, REMOVE THE
BATTERY!! Seriously, the 2 mins you spend taking out the battery will save
you an hour of frustration and a lot of cuts on your hand.
Fixbook: Thank you, and I'm glad to hear i helped you save money. Thanks again.
Fixbook: Your welcome
tw8e60: Thanks so much!!!
Fixbook: Jordan's helper: Glad he could help, thanks for commenting.