Question about 2007 Toyota Camry
The entire gauge cluster lights always lit up when I first bought my 2007 Camry while the car is running. Just this week my husband noticed that at night when we turn on the headlights, the entire gauge cluster lights go off and we can't see anything on the display. Do you know what may be wrong with it and how we can get it fixed?
You should have a dimmer switch that increases or decreases the amount of light that the dash produces. This should be located to the right of the steering wheel. It is a wheel that goes up or down. I believe on your model you can slide the switch all the way up, and you will feel a click, and that should be the brightest setting.
Let me know what you find out!
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
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