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Hyundai Accent Headlights

The front lights on your Hyundai Accent play an important safety role. At night or in inclement weather, they make potential road hazards easier to see and alert other drivers to your presence. In the event that you need to replace these lights, you have a number of options that may work for your Accent.

What components make up the Hyundai Accent headlight assembly?

There are three main components that make up your Hyundai Accent's front lights:

  • Housing: This component includes the part that connects the bulbs and the wiring to the vehicle. It holds all of the working parts in place and provides a finished look for your vehicle. Light housings can be composite or sealed. Composite lights are easy to take apart when you need to replace a light while sealed lights are attached to the lens, making the assembly more durable.
  • Bulbs: When turned on, the bulbs illuminate the path in front of you, allowing you to drive safely at night or when visibility is poor. There are several different types of lights to choose from, all of which have different benefits depending on your driving needs.
  • Lens: This plastic or acrylic piece connects to the housing. It helps to protect the bulbs from damage while amplifying the light.
What bulbs are used in Hyundai Accent car lights?

There are three main types of bulbs that can be used in Hyundai Accent’s headlights. They include:

  • Halogen: These bulbs are often found in OEM front lights for many vehicles, such as the Hyundai Accent. They are common due to the fact that they create a bright white or yellow light when turned on. You can expect them to have an average lifespan of about 1,000 hours before they need to be replaced.
  • Xenon: These lights create a brilliant blue or white light. They can give some models a luxury or sporty feel. You can expect them to have an average lifespan of about 2,000 hours before they need to be replaced.
  • Light emitting diode: Also known as LEDs, these lights are controlled by the Accent's computer. They are highly energy efficient and generate very little heat when turned on. They have an average lifespan of about 30,000 hours before they need to be replaced.
Are there differences between Hyundai OEM and aftermarket lights?

Hyundai OEM lights and aftermarket lights are similar, though there are some differences. These differences include:

  • OEM lights: These lights are made by the same manufacturer that was contracted to make the lights that originally came with the Hyundai Accent. OEM lights are made to the same specifications as the originals, meaning you will not need to modify them in any way for them to be compatible with your Accent. They also will not change the appearance of your vehicle.
  • Aftermarket lights: These lights are made by companies that were not used to create the original lights for the Hyundai Accent. As such, you may need to modify them slightly to work with your Hyundai. However, these lights can also give your sedan a new or refreshed look.