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Take a small flat head screwdriver and pop cover off light. You may need a new bulb or your bulb is not getting a good connection.

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Start with simple. Check the fuse panel. Your owners manual will have a troubleshooting section that will tell what fuses are for what cuircuts. Be observant, these days they put ODD things in same cuircuts and it may not list "dome light" in the listing. Think of other things it may call it, like Curtisey lights , or even Security.

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