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My dash lights or gauges {gas, speed, etc.} will not turn on with my lights or anything for that matter and none of my fuses are blown because I checked them all. What could it be??

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Look for the dimmer dial at or on the headlight switch

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SOURCE: speedometer gauge/climate control lights dont work

Look for a dimmer wire,, sounds like your radio dont have the option for the car dimmer switch,,

the power for these lights run through the dimmer wire for the radio. ether its not hooked up or the radio dont have the option for it.

there is a way to bypass the radio dimmer option,, BUT you have to know what your doing or you could fry something.

look for Car Radio Illumination/dimmer Wire: should be Green.

Posted on Nov 27, 2009

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