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2005 Honda Pilot Instrument and Parking Lights not working

Hello, I just purchased a 2005 Honda Pilot EX. 38,700k miles. The car is in great shape. But, the instrument lights and parking lights do not work. The headlights and all other lights appear to be fine. I swapped a good fuse, 10amp into the driver side fuse box slot 10. Same problem. Any ideas would be appreciated.

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  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    i have a 2005 honda civic i removed the battery in order to access the head light ,then after replacing the battery all dash lights came on, the instrument indicaters are flickering and the car isn't turning over , could this be a battery issue the battery did appear to have quite a lot of corrosion around the terminals before removals

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    i have a 2005 honda civic i removed the battery in order to access the head light ,then after replacing the battery all dash lights came on, the instrument indicaters are flickering and the car isn't turning over , could this be a battery issue the battery did appear to have quite a lot of corrosion around the terminals before removals

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Bring it to main dearler or specialest or local garage and let dem av a look could be a faulty wire

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