Indicator light panel and parking lights

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by nickeycole_2002, Jan 13, 2008.

  1. I just bought a 2007 hyundai tucson about a month ago. Everything was
    working fine until this evening. I got into my car, went to turn the
    lights on and the ligh panel would not illuminate, nor would the parking
    lights come one. Everything else works, my regular lights work it is just
    the parking lights and indicator panel that won't turn on. Any
    nickeycole_2002, Jan 13, 2008
  2. Given the model, it is probably still under warranty so a trip to the dealer
    is in order.
    Edwin Pawlowski, Jan 13, 2008
  3. nickeycole_2002

    Mike Marlow Guest

    But I'd check the fuses first.
    Mike Marlow, Jan 13, 2008
  4. But fuses don't just blow spontaneously very often. If that is the case, he
    also needs to find the cause.
    Edwin Pawlowski, Jan 13, 2008
  5. nickeycole_2002

    Mike Marlow Guest

    Absolutely. Sometimes they do blow over time, owing to marginal draw
    conditions, but even at that, I agree that he needs to determine the
    ultimate cause. Just thought I'd point out what used to be the obvious, but
    seems to not be so obvious to car owners anymore.
    Mike Marlow, Jan 13, 2008
  6. nickeycole_2002

    hyundaitech Guest

    Check your outside lamps carefully. If it's just one side that's out,
    check the tail lamp fuse for that side of the vehicle. If both sides are
    out, check the tail lamp relay and the switch.

    If the fuse is blown, finding an intermittent short may be difficult.
    That circuit goes numerous places (as indicated by the lamps that are out)
    both inside and outside the vehicle. If something was recently added on to
    the lamps or the dash area, it's possible there's a problem with the
    installation. Otherwise, it's likely that a wire was pinched at the
    factory during assembly. Definitely consider taking to dealer for
    warranty service.
    hyundaitech, Jan 19, 2008
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