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The following needles dont shine with the instrument panel lights are on: Tachometer; Speedometer ; Fuel guage ; and coolant temperature guage. I ve tried ajusting the panel brightness control

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You need to pull out the cluster bezel (Philips head screws) then the cluster unplug it undo plastic glass piece unscrew backing remove it and change the appropriate burnt bulbs.

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Try checking fuses under dash and hood if good prob. ground wire

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