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2004 EVIC display on the instrument panel is dark

On my wife's 2004 Pacifica the EVIC display is dark and I get no text as to what may be wrong with the vehicle ie. low tire pressure or any thing, is there a fuse I can change or a connection I can check. I still get a chime after the car is started like it is trying to tell me something, I would really like to get this resolved. Thank you

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    Same problem system is functional but no display. HELP

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On the left control arm (sticking out of the steering column, (turn signal lever)), there is a bulky switch. it should be on top +/-. As you turn it the lights will get brighter or dimmer depending on the direction you are turning. (Once it reaches the end of the rotation, the interior lights come on. Remember not to leave the interior lights on!). There is a similar swithc on the right lever that operates the rear window wiper.

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