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I am trying to find out the fuse for dash lights on 98 pontiac montana where is it under the hood and what it looks like big one or small

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Sounds like your problem is gonna be more aimed at what gm calls a lamp control module im not sure bout the exact mounting location on the montana but i would assume it is directly behind the radio in the dash, could also be the head light switch and/or dimmer switch.

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