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I ripped apart my dash to change the bulbs but they are fine. i changed them anyway. all of my fuses in the fuse panel are also fine and none are burnt out. is there a fuse located somewhere else that i dont know about? i'm driving in the dark and not knowing my speed. this could be a biiig problem. pleeeaaase help...

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This sounds so simple you may laugh or not most cars have a dimmer switch that believe it or not get turned down by accident by kids messing or when your cleaning your car get turned down while doing the dash as this is the only thing between your fuse box and the light display i presume all your side lights are working yates210456

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