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1990 imperial digital dash

Light cluster went out

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SOURCE: DASH LIGHTS WON'T COME ON.THE FUSE IS GOOD

tray to check fuse and relay. If both are okay. you can change the light bulb in dash board. Just take out the dash board, remove and replace the bulbs. Make sure fuse is okay. Is the signal light works in the dash board?. Let me know

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