Where is the DRL-relay located (sonata 94)

Discussion in 'Hyundai Sonata' started by ØysteinBL, Sep 29, 2005.

  1. ØysteinBL

    ØysteinBL Guest

    Hi, suddenly I have no more automatic headlights turned on when the car
    is running, I have to turn them on manually. I believe this can be
    caused by a deffect relay. Any other suggestions?

    Where can this relay be found? (exactly please)

    Thank you!

    Regards,
    Øystein
     
    ØysteinBL, Sep 29, 2005
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    ØysteinBL Guest

    I also found this from Hyundai website (I am NO mechanic..):

    HEADLIGHTS OPERATE NORMALLY, BUT DRL SYSTEM IS INOPERATIVE (LIGHTS
    NEVER TURN "ON")
    Blown fuse
    Open circuit in wiring harness
    Defective generator
    Short to ground in brake warning indicator circuit
    Defective park brake switch
    Defective brake fluid level switch
    Defective DRL unit
    ..-....

    I have checked the fuses, all seem ok.
    Open circuit in wiring = I dont know what it is
    Defective generator = what is this? the lights work normally if I
    manually turn them on..
    Short to ground in brake warning indicator circuit = dont know, but all
    other lights work..
    Defective park brake switch = dont know?
    defective brake fluid level switch = dont know?
    Defective DRL unit = most probably, where do I find this one??

    ....

    Thanks,
    Øystein
     
    ØysteinBL, Sep 29, 2005
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    hyundaitech Guest

    According to my schematic for the 1993 Sonata (I couldn't find one online,
    and I don't have a 1994 manual handy), the DRL module is beside the
    battery. It's not clear from the drawing whether it's inside the right
    fender or between the battery and fender.
     
    hyundaitech, Sep 30, 2005
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