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Shorted overhead light

I need to know location of the door locking module.
and the lighting module.
i was changing the bulb in overhead light and shorted it out.
now it does not work, and i believe i have burned out a component in the door lock module, i want to access the module and see if i can replace the burned component inside the module. can you advise me about this?
thank you adam

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HI. The location of the
Door locking module or lighting modele or anti theft module is.
On bottom right of the luggage comparment...

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