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Dash lights aren't working

My dashboard lights aren't working and I don't have an owners manual and I cant find which fuse to change because on the fuse panel door it doesnt have dashboard on it

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  • sjamison778 Dec 06, 2008

    My car is a 2001 leganza (don't know if that matters) but anyway, I checked both of those fuses and they are good. I don't have a cig. lighter but I did notice when I plugged my cell charger in it I have to wiggle it around to make it work...so there is a shortage and the charger is good. Could this be the problem? I have checked all fuses. Does the dash has a bulb?

  • sjamison778 Dec 06, 2008

    Thanks for your help. I found out what happened. My teen son and one of his friends tried to install a cd player and messed the wiring up. Now the passenger tail light isn't working or dash lights and I have to find someone that will work on it.

  • yadayada
    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Check the cig lighter fuse and also have you looked for a fuse marked instrument illumination. short is inst illum

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The problem is the socket in the car, it is not a short it is a poor connection, replace the cig lighter, you can buy a universal one from a parts store fairly cheap.

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