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Trunk light not working

I have tried to replace the bulb, it did not work and then I have tried to do a whole set replacement and it did not work either.on more thing, I have tried to connect the bulb lines into the wire directly and nothing happened. Please help me out as this is the only interior light that is not working other than that, everything is perfectly fine. Thanks

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  • Firas Al-Wakeel
    Firas Al-Wakeel Apr 15, 2014

    Thank you so much for your fast act and valuable assistance.

  • Firas Al-Wakeel
    Firas Al-Wakeel Apr 15, 2014

    So you think it might me the WIRE HARNESS, Left SIDE but has nothing to do with a fuse?

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-Are you talking about the dome light and door lights...?
-Make sure the dimmer switch is turn to ON position and high . Then open 1 door and check the wire go to the light with Ohm meter. You should have 12 volts. If not then check the fuse.

Good Luck

Mai

Posted on Apr 15, 2014

Testimonial: "Thank you for your helping me out Mai. I am talking about the interior trunk light which is usually setting on the left side of the trunk. Is there a specific fuse for the Trunk? I have checked the fuse box and there is only one for the interior lighting? Thanks again Mai."

  • Mai Lor Apr 16, 2014

    -Open the trunk and hook up the volt meter to the line that go to the bulb, if there is power there. That tells me that you do not have ground to the bulb, that's why it won't light. If this is the case, just connect a jumper wire to the ground side, you should be goo to go.

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one of your wires has a short in it. probably have to get a new taillight wiring harness

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