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Dash illumination Is there illumination, lamp or bulb, for the portion of the dash that has the heating/cooling controls?

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I believe there should a dash light type bulb that goes in to the heater control head. You'll need to take out the control head away from the dash, to get to the bulb, I believe it's a twist out type holder with a removable bulb.

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