The dash light dimmer switch is worn out. You need to replace it.
could be bad wiring
It could be the dimmer switch that will adjust the dash lights
Check fuses? Could be a bad headlight switch/ Could be an open in dimmer rheostat?
The headlight switch could be defective. Check all the fuses first and if any are bad, replace them. The dimmer switch could also be defective.
Check to see if the parking/tailights are working Could be a bad fuse, or switch Could be an open in the dimmer rheostat
Could be the dimmer rheostat has an open Could be a bad headlight switch Could be blown bulbs
The dash light dimmer switch is turned off or broken.
Have you checked the dimmer? I have a 2000 and there is a wheel to dim the dash lights to the left of the steering wheel, just above the cup holder.
Probably the dash fuse is blown, or the dimmer switch for the dash lights is bad!
Be sure the dash light dimmer switch is not turned off. Check the fuses.
Check to see if parking/tailights work - should be same circuit - check fuses Could be a bad dimmer rheostat Could be a bad light switch
Check to see if the parking/tailights are working - should be the same circuit - check fuses Could be a defective dimmer rheostat Could be a bad light switch
There is a dimmer switch on the dash,it needs turning up
maybe either a loose bulb or a burnt out onecheck your dimmer switch it may have gone bad
multi function switch
Check the fuses to start with. Make sure that the dimmer switch is on high and working. If these are ok, then check for bad wiring connections to the dash lights.
You turned off the dash light brightness control switch or blew a fuse. If you have power at the dash illumination fuse, the dimmer switch may be faulty.
Usally not. The only link I see is that these are usually on the same fuse. Ohm check the fuse. Also check that the dimmer switch just isn't disconnected or turned off\down. -edit- Possibly - I installed an aftermarket stereo on my Subaru Loyale (1990) and had the same symptoms you described. After troubleshooting for months, I discovered that during the stereo installation I fried the actual dimmer switch. When I replaced that, everything came back online. If the fuses check out, try replacing the actual dimmer switch. You can check this by bypassing the dimmer switch - the dash lights should come on full-power if this is the cause (connect the wire going into the switch to the wire going out of the switch).
Bulbs? Fuses? Relay? Dimmer switch? Headlight switch?
The Headlight switch is where the dash receives it's power from.
Usually if your dash lights are out then your tail lights may also be out but sometimes that isn't the case. The headlight dimmer switch is usually the culprit but I would check fuses first
Check the fuses. There's usually a separate switch for the dash lights, which willmake them brighter or dimmer. It may be turned down too low. Check to make sure parking lights work as well, if they do not then could be the headlight switch as there was a recall on them.
Check the headlight switch and make sure you are getting current out of the switch when you turn on the lights.
Perhaps switch is bad Perhaps dimmer rheostat has an "open" in circuit
Check to make sure that parking and tailights work if not check the fuse. If they work could be a bad headlight switch or an open in the dimmer rheostat