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Bulb burnt out on dash

My 2000 jeep grand cherokee has a bulb that is out on the dash. When I leave my emergency brake on, the light doesn't appear where the others are. also, the light that glows under the " R,N,D,2,4" shift area is also
not glowing. where and how do i fix?

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I'd check the fuses under the hood and if you can't find any that are out, there is also fuses behind the glove box. I'd check those first. And the bulbs that are out behind the dash and under the shift area can be removed by hand and replaced. All these things you should be able to do by hand.

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