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Where is the switch that turns on / off the cargo compartment dome light when the cargo hatch door or glass is opened on a 2005 Hyundai Tucson?

The dome light works fine in the manual position.

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Testimonial: "Are you saying that there are two switches...one in the window latch, and one in the door latch? What do they look like? What are the chances that they both are defective?"

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