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Lights on the AC/HTR buttons do not light

I just purchased a 1994 Supra and found that the lights on the AC/Hter control buttons do not light. The lights above the buttons do light when selected.

I checked fuses and they look good. I saw in the service records that the radio was repaired. Maybe there is a connector unplugged or a light bulb burned out behind the dash. Any ino you can provide would be helpful. Also info on how to remove the dash is welcome although I haven't taken a good look at that task as of yet. Thanks Mike

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The globes need to be relaced. to remove the dash, pull out the ashtray, unclick the plastic arround the gear stick, then unscrew the top section above the instrument clustor and unplug the cable loom, next pull out the section arround the instrument cluster ( try not to break it) now the fun part, unscrew the disconnect the main section and remove. good luck, and be patient otherwise you will break the plastic clips. when its all back together and working, the air bag light may be on, go to mkiv.com (tech article page) and follow the steps.

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