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Lighting on switches and dig clock not working

I have a suzuki liana 2004 petrol 1.4 the lights that light up the switches on the inside of the car keep blowing and the clock back light keeps going on and off some times staying off for days the switches have been replaced by my local suzuki garage but to no avail they seem to be lost and can't fix it can you help

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I had to manually wire to the bulb in the clock from the radio wiring harness. i used wire tapes to get into the radio harness and then i used solder for the clock... make sure u get the + / - right it is a solder connection within the circuit board of the clock. u probably can warranty it. if not buy a new clock or do what i did. mine works fabulous!!!

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