Question about Car Audio & Video
First make sure you haven't turned the dash lights down so low that you can't tell that they are on. After that look for a wire coming from your headlight switch that is disconnected. Your headlight switch is also a "dimmer" switch and a separate power wire is probably required to operate this dimmer switch connected to your dash lights (including the lights in your stereo) you have probably ran this variable wire to your stereo and inadvertantly disconnected your dash lights.
Posted on Dec 25, 2007
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