its eather a fuse is blowen or one of your bulbs are blowen
The instrument panel lights are controlled by the same fuse as the tail lights which is a 15 amp fuse located in the panel in the engine compartment adjacent to the battery. The fuse is only labeled for the tail lights.
The fuse panel is located under the left side of the dashboard.
In the fuse box...it will be labeled panel, or cluster , if the fuse is okies its the light switch.What if it is only half of the lights on the instrument panel that are out? Just the cold/hot dial and 5 buttons?
Check the fuse.
parking lights, these are usually tied to the same circuit as the instrument panel lights
your instrument panel lights can be dimmed(thumb wheel switch) down to practically no lights at all on your instrument cluster, this switch should be located most likely on the dash, left hand side of steering column. If this does not fix the problem ,then you have to check your fuse panel to see if you have a burnt out fuse.
You probably don't need to replace the bulbs. On your headlight switch panel either the headlight switch itself turns or there is some kind of slider there that shuts the dash lights off and controls how bright or dim they are. All cars sold in America have this feature. Also ther is a fuse on all Japanese vehicles in the fuse box listed as "panel lights".
a bad fuse of a faulty switch.
That is in the fuse panel inside the car. Marked I/P illum (instrument panel illumination)
Burnt fuse...the tail lights and dash lights run together. Replace the fuse and if it burns again, change tail light bulbs first (some may be bad even though they work) and then look for bad wiring if the bulbs haven't fixed it.
You have got a blown fuse. These lights are all on the same circuit.