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The odometer & gear shift selector are not lighting up in my 1999 Buick Regal. Previously, it used to go on & off. But, now, it never lights up.

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    1999 buick century odometer & gear shift light faint to not illuminates at all. please advise how to correct same occasionally will illuminate faintly when plastic covering same os hit forcefully.

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With all the probelms u are having it sounds like a short in ur heater and that can cause the hole dashbord to not work or in ur case just the light take it to a shop and have them run a computer on it.

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