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Dash lights do not all light up

Nissen pulsar 1996 auto hatch dash lights for check don't all light up, so not sure what they all represent as i don't have an owners manual

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  • Jim Scott May 11, 2010

    could you discribe the the lights that don't light up as i may be able to help you out you can email me at jimscott@infogen.net.nz if you like regards Jim

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    what does the check on dash board represent

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Found a copy of the operating manual so now know what dash lights represents.

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