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Is there a fuse for the lights that light up the gears? And my cig. lighter doesn't work? Is it a fuse that needs to be changed to a blub?

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Yes there is a fuse for the cig. ltr. and the lights for the gears. However, a burnt out bulb could cause the gear selector not to light up.

This requires disassembling the console around the gear shifter.

Posted on Oct 08, 2010

  • daviddelorey Nov 11, 2010

    were the fuse at

  • Duane Wong
    Duane Wong Nov 12, 2010

    Well, it may be marked 'cig ltr' or if it's not marked on the inside of the cover, with a sticker, then one must test all of the fuses with a fuse tester available at Walmart or your local auto parts store. It will light up when a bad fuse is connected to the 2 leads on the tester.

    Good luck on this repair.

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