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Faulty LCD display

The LCD display works intermittently on my Peugeot 206. It may be a loose wiring connection. It's off more often than on. How do I access the rear of the display to check the wiring? I tried through the glove box compartment but couldn't undo the two screws which are located under the hinges.
This enquiry is about a T reg 1999 peugeot 206  NOT a 1983 peugeot 504

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Ok, you can access it but i wouldn`t reccomend it. Pop it out with a screwdriver, there is a bit of clearence at the bottom of the multi function display pop it upwards. Truthfully i would see an auto electrician he or she will prob sort something like this for around £30. My guess is the two the 2 t5w wedge bulbs are loose that light it, or as you say bad wiring,causing it to fail occasionally Good luck.

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My car Lights all seem 2 b going slowly. dashboard went first and i keep changing the fuse for it and it will work for 3days or soo and then blow dont kno what the problem is? and then yday i fount out that my horn doesnt work now and my rear fog lights dont work, break, reverse and indecate still works... what could b the problem??

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