Question about 1979 Pontiac Firebird
I have replaced the light switch. I have replaced the entire dash gauges. I have tried a new wiring harness. I have replace all bulbs. But still no dash lights. It seems to me that this is part of an entire circuit that is somehow not complete. This car has had an engine change and many mods including oil press. and temp gauge along with an after market tach. I am wondering if the other guages had to be added because someone could not figure out where to reconnect broken circuits?
Check all your fuse links(if you haven't allready),then check to see if your aftermarket stereo and amp is hooked up properly.hope this helps
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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