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riding_celica
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riding_celica
2000 black Toyota Celica
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Feb 28, 6:05pm - #114318 
the lights/>?

i was driving around and realized that my A/C controls dont light up... i tried messing with the little dmmer for my speedometer and it wasnt working... i took the shifter (lower) plastic off the center console and couldnt find anything not plugged in ... any help here../?? THEY JUST WONT LIGHT UP..

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Eyger
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Eyger

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Feb 28, 6:08pm - #114319 
It's always possible that a fuse is blown. Check all your fuses, if that's not the case then i can't think about anything else.


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Sultan
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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Feb 28, 6:31pm - #114320 
yeah, fuses are always the first thing to check

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