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The odometer and imformation display does not light up.

Cars runs fine. I just can't see my mileage or other information about my car

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Check all fuses as a simple step first, as it may be tied to another system that blew the shared fuse.

Probably a faulty contact / supply to the display, or a backlight bulb has gone.

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