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I have two questions:

1.) The buttons on my dash to the left of my steering wheel dont light up when i turn on the lights (belive these are the rear defroster, fog lights and interior light brightness). Is there a light bulb in the dash i have to change? If so how do I get at it and what kind/size of bulb do i need?

2.) When I open my glovebox, a light should come on, and, you guessed it, it doesnt. I can see the bulb but it doesnt light up. How do I get it out and what do I need to replace it with?

I have checked all of the fuses in my car so i know that isnt the problem. I realize these arnt critical things we are talking about here but i would really like to get them fixed, they drive me NUTS!

Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance everyone

-Bryce
 

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Had same problem about a week ago... solution
(left ? ) tail fuse was broken - its located under the hood below big fuse box..

Grab the fuse out and double check it.

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for the glove compartment there is a couple of clips or screws at the bottom, stick your head under there, it will come right off and i think you can change the bulb then, its a bit harder to put back on because those clips are a pain in the ass but its not too bad.
 

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I checked the fuse under the hood and it was fine. I can see the lightbulb in the glovebox but I cant figure our how to get it outta there...It doesnt look like i need to take off the glovebox but maybe it will give it a try and see if it helps. Anyone have ANY ideas on the bulb in the dash if there even is one??? I would really like to get this fixed, you people have never failed me before, dont tell me some little lightbulb is gonna stump you all...???

Thanks again

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For the dash, I would try taking it off and making sure that no wires or connectors are loose. For the procedure, look under the indiglo gauge "How-to". Good luck.
 
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