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Don't know what the dashboard fuse picture looks like HELP!!!!!

My dashboard lights display is not working when i turn on the headlights and i've changed the light globes behind it still no result but i don't know what the picture of the dashboard light fuse suppose to look like all mitsubishi's should be the same shouldn't they (can someone please explain what the picture looks like) trying to figure out for hours

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I'm not sure that there is a seprate switch for the dash lights but there maybe a dimmer switch for them and that could be faulty.

Posted on May 12, 2009

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