What did you solder in the dome lights?
+1What did you solder in the dome lights?
Hmm all my buttons are lit at night, I'll have to check that brake light.turn on your headlights and see if your buttons illuminate. If not try stepping on your brakes. if your passenger drive tail light isn't responding its that fuse located underneath your dash by your door.
RH tail, or w/e its listed as.
My glove box light has stopped working also and I know for a fact that it was working when I installed the new led. I haven't tried putting in the stock bulb but I'd be willing to bet that mine's doing the same thing.
:ugh:defective LED not allowing your stock glove bulb to get any power after you switch it out....?
:mad2:While finishing off my bulb installation for my Diode Dynamics Stage 2/3 mishmash kit, I tried installing my glove box light, but it refused to work. Reversing the polarity also refused to work. Reinstalling the stock bulb refused to work too.
Then it occurred to me that I never once recalled ever seeing my glove box light ever turn on....
Is there a specific fuse that controls the glove box light, or has anyone had experience with this themselves? I'm thinking of bringing this in to the dealer to have them have a look at it, but just in case they try to claim a voided electrical warranty because of the other replaced lights (and solder job on the LED dome lights) in the car, I figured I'd ask in advance to save myself a labour-costly electrical witchhunt.
Hmm all my buttons are lit at night, I'll have to check that brake light.
EDIT: Just checked both my tail light fuses, no problem there. In MY case it might just be a defective LED.
I'm not sure what you're arguing here, I checked your possible solutions and they're a negative. For the person who originally posted his issue, it might be the fuse but not for me.:mad2:
+1have the same exact problem.. everything else works just not the glove box with the dd led bulb or the stock one. hmmmm
I don't understand it either. You would think they would wire the glove box light so that it turns on when you open the glove box...Yeah, I don't mean it's a problem with my wiring -- I mean it's a problem with the stock setup. Who on Earth wires a glove box to work only when the external lights are on? Daylight or no, it's underneath a dashboard...
Rhetorical question. Obviously Hyundai does. ;-)