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Q: Driving lights not working

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The driving lights don't turn on, but the fog lights are okay.

You may have a pair of blown out headlights. I have seen this a lot with Hyundais for some reason. There is a possibility that there may be another electrical problem as well. I would ask for help from one of the mechanics at YourMechanic to have them inspect why your headlights don’t work.

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