No power to trunk light 2004 buick park avenue ultra

Asked by Oct 11, 2016 at 01:05 AM about the 2004 Buick Park Avenue Ultra

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

No power to trunk light.  If there is a fuse associated with the trunk light my
owners manual does not give that information.

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Did you try a bulb first, i find it hard to believe they would a single fuse for that light, usually multiple lights on one circuit

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Bulb is good but no voltage to socket. Also rear deck display which show's turn signals and braking in rear window is also not working. They have to be on the same circuit but can't figure which fuse they are on.

Correction, rear desk display is working. The only light that isn't working is the trunk light. What activates that light as that is probably causing the problem. It goes on when the lid is raised but where is the actuator?

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