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My drivers side tail light is out on my 2004 sante Fe,

All the other lights work and every time I turn the lights on the fuse for that light blows out.

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My hyundai santafe has 2 fuses for tail &parking lights-one for each side

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Theres a short in the wireing causeing the fuse to blow gonna have to find the short

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