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Seems your FUSE for interior lights poped!
Look for the fuse box under the dash, look at the bottom of the cover, there is a fuse, amperage, and for wut purpose.
Replace the blown fuse with new one, check if the fuse link is still okay, blown fuse link is disconnected if u see it physically!
I would recommend checking the fuses for the dashboard lights. If no fuses are burned, there could be a possibility of the bulbs in the dash being burned. In any case, start by looking in the manual for fuses relating to dashboard/gauge cluster lights. Once you find out what fuse it should be go from there.
The interior of the fuse box has the same diagrams as would have been on the vehicles manual or user guide. Once opening the fuse box, lookk in the cover for the diagram. Second, a blown fuse is observable within the circuitry. Third, the vehicle should indicate within the dashboard what condition is occuring. For example, the vehicle should display indication warning on requesting lighting inspection or alternate.
check under you dash for the fuse box and look for a fuse marked for the lights on the dash board. If you can not see one marked for that specifically you may want to resort to your owners manual and see if they show it in there. Generally they will have a diagram in the manual and it may be on the cover of the fuse box on the inside.
P.S. make sure the adjustment for the level of brightness that you can adjust from the light switch. It usually is right by the lights switch and says interior lights.
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Fuses. Check those in the interior fuse box (left kick panel, below the dash--fuse chart on the cover) and those in the engine compartment fuse box (far upper left as you face the car). If, after you replace anything that has blown, it blows again, that would suggest a short somewhere in the system, or a bad light switch.
Hope this is of some help.
theres 3, one under the hood, 2 inside the vehicle ..the interior fuse boxes are on the sides of the dashboard on both drivers and passenger sides. open the doors and look for the removable panels on the dash between the drivers and passengers dashboard.remove the panel....u will see the 2 interior fuse boxes...these 2 interior fuse boxes house the vehicles multiplex control units..