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How do you open the dash of your 99 Accord LX to replace the bulb that lights up the fuel level Also is the low fuel light a separate bulb The fuses are all fine?

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2007-12-25 04:05:32
2007-12-25 04:05:32

buy a manual for yer vehicle ya moron.

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