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I have a 2000 Honda Accord EX V6 the dash lights will not come on. I checked the fuse and it was not blown. what could be causing this problem?

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The knob or wheel that turns on your dome light is the first thing I would check...the wheel or knob needs to be turned to the right all teh way until u hear a click that turns on ur dome light. That also turns on ur dash lights..or at least it should be the same button/knb or wheel that ur thumb can turn. hope this helps...Owners manual should also tell u where its at..under the category "Interior lights".

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