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Turn the key on and the instrument cluster wont light up or allow it to start push a reset button under hood lever and makes no difference

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If the car starts but the instrument panel does not lit, then check ignition, instrument cluster connector and instrument cluster.
If the car also does not start , then check ignition, ignition switch, and wiring.

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