Question about 1994 Toyota Paseo
Usually this is a simple fix. Locate your fuse panel under your driver's side dash on your left. Check your fuses and see if any are blown. This can be determined by looking at the little wire inside the fuse to make sure it's not separated. If this doesn't resolve the problem you have either blown bulbs inside your dash or you could have a faulty dimmer switch. To determine this you can disconnect the dimmer switch plug and jump a wire across the plugs and see if they come on them. If they still don't come on then the problem could be dash light bulbs. This can be very difficult to change and is usually best left to a mechanic.
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