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With the ignition key in position 1 or higher, you can use the button in the turn signal lever to request information from the computer. Each time you press the button briefly toward the steering column, a new function is called up in the display. The displays appear in the following order: Time of day, outside temperature, average fuel consumption, cruising range, average vehicle speed. With the ignition key in position 1 or higher, the last active setting is displayed. press the button you mentioned when the time of day displays and turn to right to set ahead left to set back
The switch for your dash lights is probably bad. (The rotary dial to adjust dim to bright) can you still turn on the interior lights with the dial? it will "click" when in the fully bright mode and turn on the interior lights. If so, put a dark towel over the dash to mask the interior lights and look to see if the dash lights are on. If they are on, you've found the problem. (very common) Hope this helps
you should see a symbol similar to this in your I-drive it moves the nav. screen to the side of the display.Usually if you press it, it will toggle between different displays. If you look into your owners manual there should be one book that is completely dedicated to the navigation system. good luck
Bit late but...
Its a poor connection between the pins that suplly power to the bulbs and the circut board.
Take the whole section apart, take the circuit board off the white plastic holder and solder 'blobs on the connections on the board, above and below the locating holes.
stick it back together and should stay lit now!