Question about 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse
As for the radio, there may be a second fuse plugged into the back of the head unit itself - you'll have to remove the head unit to check this. It's more common on aftermarket units than on factory ones, but it's usually pretty easy to pull the head unit out, so it's worth a shot.
As for the dash lights, at the risk of me sounding patronizing, did you try turning the dimmer switch up? You may have one that is labeled as a dimmer, or it may be that you turn a headlight knob (if you have a pull-out design), or you may have to turn one of the little rods coming out of the gauge cluster - try all of those and see.
Also, check inside the vehicle - usually down in the driver's footwell you'll have another fuse panel, and that's where you'd find illumination fuses if there are any others.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
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