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I have replaced my interior lights to LEDs. Wanted to do this for looks, but also decided to do so because my trunk light was out already anyways. Well, I replaced my trunk bulb and it’s still not working. Would there be a fuse for that I need to look for?
 

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The LED lamps are subject to electrical polarity.
Unplug the LED and put it in 180 degrees from where it was.
Sounds really silly, but it was a problem I noticed.
 

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FWIW, I swapped in an LED on my 15 in the trunk. When I got my 17 went to do the same and the 17 already had a circuit board with LEDs in the trunk.

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If it was out already, could point to another issue. Do you have voltage at the socket? If so, turn the bulb around. LED’s are polarity sensitive as stated. Or the contacts are corroded.
 

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It could be the trunk switch. Like suggested, track it down with a DC multimeter.

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