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What is wrong with a 1995 dodge neon when all the dash board lights are not working but none of the fuses look blown the seat belt light works though?


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2007-04-04 00:07:46
2007-04-04 00:07:46

I have a 1995 neon dodge and my dash lights will not come on or my tail lights and every time i change the airbag fuse and turn on the car the airbag fuse blows.


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Buddy ,, how can its possible if board blown. you must gone mad

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