Learn how to replace the rear tail light assembly on a Hyundai Elantra, model years 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016.
This applies to the rear outside light which Hyundai dealerships may refer to a rear combination light bulb assembly.
Pull the trunk release located next to the driver's seat.
Remove the access cover by pulling on the locking tab.
Disconnect the electrical connector socket.
Remove three 10 mm bolts that secure the tail light to the body of the Elantra.
Remove the tail light by pulling it back.
Install new tail light.
Yes. The rear tail light assembly contains the brake, turn signal, side marker and parking light bulb. This light assembly is also referred to as: Rear combination light bulb replacement / Outside light. Instructions are the same for both driver and passenger tail lights.
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At your Hyundai dealer, you will pay between $300-$500. If you change it yourself, about $100 in parts. See links above to learn where you can buy a new tail light cheap.
No. It is one of the easiest DIY jobs that you will ever do.