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Problem could be in the BCM.BUT LOOK FOR BLOWED FUSE TO THE PANEL CONTROL BUS.

Posted on Jan 04, 2013

  • Jonah Oneal Jan 04, 2013

    meant to say do you have headlights because headlights dash lights and tail lights should all be on.

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