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When starting the 2004 Pacifica the evic system

When starting the 2004 Pacifica the evic system chimes but the display on the dashboard does not light up preventing the ability accurately set commands or view warnings. The only light which as appears is the low tire pressure symbol. Is this an easy fix? There seems to be very little information on the Electronic Vehicle Information Centre.

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Check all fuse and relay, check to make sure your getting 12v power from the battery, check the alternator for proper charge, about 14.6 v

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