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88 Audi dash and back up lights not working

I think it has something to do with the fuse #12 which is good.

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    teakpalmer Jan 03, 2009

    I fixed the back up lights. But the dash lights still are not working and I have tried the rheostat dial (dimmer knob) I am going to hook a test light up to it today and see if it is any good, if, I can bare this cold *** weather for long enough. I miss Texas, lol.

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