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My 2004 Aveo's great! Except I have a question, how come there is no lighting to help me see the speedometer better at night?

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There is usually a control you can turn to increase (or decrease) the brightness of the dash lites. it's often located on the same switch as you use to turn on the headlights, sometimes there is a wheel type control mounted right on the dash.
there is the possibility that some or your dash lights are burnt out as well.
also check the fuses and or relays in the fuse box under the dash.

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There should be a switch on the left side of the dash for the lights there will be a dimmer switch there also it is most likely turned down adjust that switch to brighter that sould do it but if you have no lights at all then you have a issue inside your dashboard

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