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Re 1995 dash lamp

Thanks for your quick reply ,the fuse is fine. do i have to remove the instument cluster to replace the bulb?, is there another fuse on the circuit?

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  • mattbalk Aug 24, 2008

    Thanks for your help



    I didnt check the fuse's under the bonnet. Found the problem it was T-lamp 10 amp fuse.



    thanks again

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Should only be the one fuse, is there power to the fuse?????
yes you will have to remove cluster to replace bulbs, there will be half a dozen dash illumination bulbs probably, will be unusual for them all to blow

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