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I'm searching for where i can find the fuse which controls my rear light on drivers side

Bulb seems ok as new one inserted but light still not coming on

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Look for a Fuse box in the engine compartment, it might have fuse in it for the tail lights, That where the fuse for the tail lights are for my 2000 ,Hyundai Elantra,

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