Working on my Hyundai Santa Fe

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Asked by Oct 24, 2016 at 11:42 AM about the 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe 2.0T Sport AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

All my previous cars have been 60's and 70's classic cars -- so EZ to repair, maintain, tune-up, replace and fix stuff. But now I have this hulk with computers (and can't find anything resembling a Chilton Repair manual for it) and I don't want to blow up anything by doing something as simple as replacing a bulb. So, what do YOU do when you have to replace a burnt out bulb on your Santa Fe?

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Go to parts store ,have them look up application. Purchase bulbs replace carefully lol .headlight note (never touch the bulb woth your bare hands /fingers .the oil from your fingers will cause the bulb to burn out usually instantly . Good luck

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OK -- so I don't have to disconnect the battery? Like I said I've been spoiled by my vintage cars. Quick and easy fixes and no worries about zapping a puter.

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