I should have included all the fusebox pictures - here are pictures of the Inside Box Lid - showing the fuse names, and a picture of the engine bay fusebox and lid.
Hi - thanks - I will double-check these fuses - but they all look fine.B+1 is left
B+2 is right
You didn't mention your year and model.Hi - thanks - I will double-check these fuses - but they all look fine.
Has anyone found a way to remove the headlight bulbs without pulling the bumper off?
May going thru the wheel well?
Hi - Sorry- mine is a 2022 Hyundai Venue SEL - with Sunroof, but no BlueLink.You didn't mention your year and model.
Mine is the 2021 Venue Preferred, the halogen bulbs can be changed from inside the hood, same as in this video...
Mine takes standard HB3 or 9005 halogen bulbs, not overly expensive. When I look up the USA SEL model, it indicates it uses the same bulb.Hi - Sorry- mine is a 2022 Hyundai Venue SEL - with Sunroof, but no BlueLink.
Took it to the dealership this morning - tech was sure I was stupid, pulled a bulb and couldn't believe it... good bulb, but no light. We shall see what they find. Personally, I think it's silly that there is one light and a motorized shutter to change from low to high beam... they eliminated the availability of having the high beam as a backup and now the headlamp unit is very expensive.
I will post an update with any news.
Am I missing something, why would you need to replace the entire headlight assembly when you have a burned out bulb? I think it's safe to say that the headlight assembly for any car is expensive.OK - so in the 2022 Venue there is ONE BULB per side that does BOTH low and high beam - if that bulb blows, the side is out, no low beam, no high beam... just dumb. To compound this situation, there is a motorized shutter inside the headlight assembly that gives the desired beam - which is inventive, but silly when you consider that headlight assembly now costs over $500 MSRP!!!! EACH!!
Wholesale Hyundai Parts currently has the headlights at $374 each - without the bulbs!
So, both headlights blew out on my wife's Venue within hours of each other... kinda strange - they looked OK - but the dealer confirmed they were blown out - so the dealer replaced them and covered this under warranty - which is also strange because the warranty language specifically states the warranty does NOT cover wear items like wiper blades, brakes and bulbs.
They couldn't explain it, but they replaced the bulbs and the Venue has headlights again and can be driven at night again - but the thought of such an expensive headlight assembly on a low-end car is absurd. Dumb idea Hyundai! So, keep this in mind if your stock headlights blow out and be sure to ask if there is any kind of "SECRET" warranty on the headlight bulbs.
From the owners manual "If the vehicle is equipped with LED headlamps, have the vehicle inspected by an authorizedI believe the venue ultimates have the upgraded LED type headlamp the bulbs are not replaceable. Can someone confirm with an ultimate that the headlight bulbs are replaceable? This sounds like you have to replace the entire assembly. Thread on headlights