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Where is the fuse on a Peugeot 206 for the instrument panel lights?

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2009-03-09 00:25:45
2009-03-09 00:25:45

It should be in the fuse box under the steering column in my 206 it's fuse no 2 a 5Amp fuse, if you check your owners manual it should tell you as some cars can vary,if you haven't a manual check on the underside of the fusebox cover there is usually a plan of the fuses check there, but if all the fuses are ok check that the instrument light dimmer if you have one isn't turned down fully I hope this helps you out.

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