Dash lights(speedometer,gas, etc) dont come on at night, fuse??
My dashlights(speedometer, gas level, etc) don't come on at night, the "brightness" lever is on too. I thought it was a fuse, but when looking at the fuse chart, I cannot tell which one goes to the dash lights. Or if it even is a fuse.....any advice?
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Don't know the car, but sounds like a loose earth wire somewhere. check where your feet go and see if something hasn;t caught on a peddle or your foot. if you have had work done on car recently, find out where they worked and look around there.
At the instrument panel fuse block, check 15A fuse 10 (indicators). In the relay center, check 10A fuse 8 (speedometer).
For "back lights" problem: At the left underhood fuse block, check the 20A HEADLAMP BREAKER. At the instrument panel fuse block, check 15A fuse 6C. Both of these supply power to the lamp control module. If you set the park lamp switch to the on position, the tail part of the tail/stop/turn lamps should light, the separate tail lamps should light, the license lamps should light, and the rear marker lamps should light. If any of these don't light check for burned out lamps, bad sockests, and bad wiring or missing grounds (black wires)
The tail lights are usually on the same fuse as your dash lights. Check to see if you have tail lights. If they are on and it's only your dash lights that don't work, check the dash dimmer switch for a fault.
check the connectors on the Dash and make sure you don't have a loose connector. This type of problem is usually very simple or Very Expensive. The simple one would be a bad connection or short. The expensive one would be having to replace the ECM or Dash Cluster itself.
Check your park light fuse. You may have blown the fuse for the dashlights/park lights by accidentally grounding the night illumination wire, located in the radio wiring. That wire runs from the dash lights to the radio, to illuminate the radio at night. Alternately, if the park light fuse keeps blowing when you replace it, you might've hooked that night light wire up to the wrong wire on your radio.