2006 Hyundai Azera Q&A
2006 Hyundai Azera Question: headlights
If the lights dim on deceleration and you have any sort of a warentee I would ask them if there is an uprated alternator and complain that you feel it is a safety issue, see if it can be covered for free. - patrick mannion
I lived with this annoying problem on my '06 Azera for a long time. My car would turn the lights on and off frequently. I thought the "hommies" would come after me! The alternator is fine; don't start easter-egging this problem. I fixed it by disconnecting the battery terminals, letting it set while I changed the oil. After reconnecting the battery cables, the problem was gone. I thought that the on-board computer just needed to reset and reboot. Try it. You will see. And yes, you will have to reset the radio stations. - Dr. G.
I recently had this problem with my 2006 Azera. The problem was due to a weakened battery. I replaced the battery and the problem went away. It has been 6 months and I haven't had the problem since. - Visitor
I had the same problem. They tried re-grounding the car and suggested a new alternator. I insisted they replace the entire wiring harness from the battery to the alternator. It was expensive but immediately solved the problem. That was at least a year and 25K+ miles ago and the problem has never reoccured. - Less94
headlights blinking on dim mode constantly dealer did nothing
Passenger side fog lamp is out. Have no clue as to how to get to it.