What could be wrong with the light behind the speedometer when it does not light up but the bulbs aren't burned out and the fuse is still good?
Is it possibly a short in the wiring? I think I'd start there.
On a 1995 Ford Probe GT how do you access the fog light bulbs in the front of the vehicle in order to change them?
How do you turn off light indicator warning on dashboard panel once you've replaced headlight bulb in 2003 ES300?
You can't change out the lights. The bulbs are soldered into the climate control board. Which is very stupid because I have bought two separate controls and everyone has been burned out. The only thing a person can do is find a person who works on electronics and have then find bulbs and soldered them in.
Why is only the drivers side rear cluster of lights not working except for brake light and reverse light?
What could be the solution if your electronic dash - fuel gauge speedometer- is not working properly?
If your fuel gauge and speedometer are not working on an all electronic/digital dashboard chances are you have a fuse that needs replaced or, you may need to check behind the dashboard for physical signs of water damage. I suggest trying to change fuses first. Even all electronic cars like my Cadillac do well when I pull every fuse from the fuse panels and reinstall them. It doesn't hurt the on board computer as long…