Cargo light problem

Asked by May 01, 2017 at 08:24 PM about the 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I was replacing light bulb with LED, the led turn for
a blink and went off. After that there is more
current in that light holder. What should I do. I
check fuses looked OK.

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Are you saying that a conventional incandescent bulb will still work in that socket, but the LED only comes on for a moment before shutting off? I'd probably suggest that there's something incorrect about the quality of the bulb you're attempting to use. Is it a bulb from a reputable company like Philips, GE or Sylvania? If not, I'd highly suggest starting there if you insist on wanting an LED bulb for your cargo area. If you can't verify the bulb being good, you're looking at a wild goose chase with a first assumption that it's something wrong with your vehicle.

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