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I got a Out of province inspection done today and it does not light up on dash.the p fuse which is the AIR bag dianostic monitor is ok but the light on the dash does not go on when u turn the key on. is there a bulb behind the dash.

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Depending on the year make and model of your vehicle it is possible there is a light behind there to change. You should get the Haynes repair manual on your vehicle for directions on replacing the bulb and if needed to troubleshot the actual problem.

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