In the steering column.
Turn the switch back on. Make sure your dimmer dial (wheel) is not adjusted down to the point that the dash lighting is nonexistent.
There should be a dial next to the temperature controls that say... 2wd/awd/4l/4h
If I understand you correctly, the dimmer dial near the headlight switch is turned down; simply turn the dimmer dial until it clicks and the lights should turn on.
The 1993 BMW 325 dimmer switch is located on the lower left-hand side of the dashboard. The dimmer switch is a dial switch.
Check the dimmer setting for the dash lights. There should be a dial to adjust the brightness on the dash to the left of the steering wheel.
A 1997 Ford Expedition is either rear wheel drive or it has the Control Trac 4x4 system ( the rotary selector dial is located to the left and below the radio, it has 4 positions , 2H / A4WD / 4H / 4L )
In a 2001 Ford Expedition : ( both rear wheel drive and 4x4 versions were available ) * if it has the 4x4 Control Trac system the rotary selector dial is to the left and below the radio . It has A4WD , 4H , and 4L positions
With a dial indicator.
On the 4x4 equipped , 6 cylinder , 1997 Ford Explorer , it is a dial type switch located in the center stack of the dash just to the left of the radio
check the dimmer dial or the fuse
It was called a "rotary dial".
is it the turn dial 4x4 selector or the manual selector?if its the dial it could be a bad motor that engages the hubs. It could be the vacuum switches in the engine compartment on the passenger side, with ours it was the one that kept it in 2 wheel drive that was gone, vented vacuum so 4x4 would not pull in.