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whywait Aug 11, 9:40pm - #246473 
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Why don't they work?

ok... got my dash painted and now not a single light in the dash will work. I checked the fuses... checked everywire that might've come loose, and they still won't light up.

if anybody has anyidea it would be great!!!

man it's bugging me... angry
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Krayze Aug 11, 9:44pm - #246474 

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are you referring to the climate conrtol lights or the dash board lights.

if its the climate lights ( HEATING ADN AIR CONTROLS) did you paint over the cut outs to let light through.

if the gauges why did you have any of it apart to paint it?

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whywait Aug 11, 9:51pm - #246475 
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climate controls... and i didn't paint over the cut outs. Everything looks right just doesn't light up
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slidr Aug 11, 9:59pm - #246476 

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Mine did the same thing. Gently flicking the board, and tilting it every which way would eventually turn the light back on. A lead is most likely loose.

It won't be fuse related.

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Polykarb Aug 11, 11:55pm - #246477 

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My works like a charm wtf

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Anonymous Aug 12, 2:14am - #246478 
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Did you turn on your headlights? They have to be on before your climate controls light up.
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whywait Aug 12, 2:50am - #246479 
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Lights are on. I think slidr is right loose connection or something... if that doesn't work i'll purchase a couple blue leds to stick in there and forget about it
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kevin2 Aug 12, 4:34am - #246480 
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that's sux thumbsdown hope you get it fix soon. I painted my whole dash and got the AC decal put on. Look good but no light. Well, I can still see it, but barely frown

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Virgilson Aug 12, 8:12am - #246481 

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umm i think you painted over the area where the light shines through.
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