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use a flashlight and shine it on the dashboard instement panel at an angle.. it is going to be an amber (orange/yellow) color .
You will be required to remove the dash board instrement panel anyways to change the bulb... It will be easier to locate when the panel has been removed from the dash... as then you can shine the light into the back side of the instrement panel and see the amber lense of the service engine light more readily.
Lights? more than one? It is extremely improbable that many lights burned at the same time. Jiggle the dashboard dimmer wheel (used for light attenuation adjustment) to see if the lights come back to life. Dimmers, being rheostats, have the nasty habit of burning spots, so they work only at a different location than the burnt spot. Many burnt dashboard lights might be an indication that they got too much voltage. ( Bad voltage regulator). Dashboard lights are placed in the rear of the assembly, and screw right into it. Dashboard must be taken out, and it isnt simple. Purchase a full set of dashboard lights at the car dealer before taking down the dashboard, because you dont want to find out that you dont have the proper bulbs, and the whole dashboard already disassembled.
I’m assuming that you are talking about your instrument panel lights. First, make sure and check the dial on the dashboard to the left of the instrument panel.It controls the brightness of the instrument panel lights. Turn the dial to adjust the brightness.If it accidently got turned all the way down, you will have no instrument lights. If that isn’t the problem, the interior fuse box is underneath the dashboard on the driver's side.Remove the fuse box lid by swinging the lid down and pulling it straight out of its hinges. Fuse number 30 (7.5 amp) controls your instrument lights. Hope this helps you.
better check for electriacal problem on the dashboard instumental pannel some comes with fuses for dashboard system check for bulbs they are ok or fused then if fused replaced with new one & for further trouble free solution see for your nearest authorised dealer or authorised service centre so untill then drive safely trouble free driving & do keep on writing for more solution untill then see you sir