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Half of my dash lights work the other half dont

Half of my dash lights work the other half don't how do I fix this?

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    Left half of the lights work the Right doesn't

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Depending on which part of the dash, if it's the odometer/speedometer back light or air temperature console ( center of the dash ) back light, you need to open and remove the covers and trims around these parts to gain access to small 12v light bulbs, you can easily pull 'em out of the socket and insert the new ones in place. you can find car light bulbs in Auto Zone or any other car parts dealer shops. Good Luck

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