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I noticed yesterday morning on the way to work that it seemsed dim I figured I have a blown fuse. I managed new years night ti high center my car in snow on my road to town as the nighbors in there regular high vehicles kinda went around me. Any places to look or maybe I have a pulled wire or something?? the rest of the car has no issues either after that so im hoping something simple. thanks

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Does the dimmer switch next to the headlight switch have any effect? Mine has a dead spot in it, so that if I roll it all the way to the brightest setting, the dash lights go out. Roll it back just a touch, they all come on.

Also, is it just the gauges, or the AC/Heater lights also?
 

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Tobey said:
Does the dimmer switch next to the headlight switch have any effect? Mine has a dead spot in it, so that if I roll it all the way to the brightest setting, the dash lights go out. Roll it back just a touch, they all come on.

Also, is it just the gauges, or the AC/Heater lights also?
I thought about that yesterday too.
Mine did the same thing, slightly different problem with the 97 cougar I just bought.
The dial would not turn the dome light on until after I clicked it on and off about 100 times.

Just didn't mention it because with the dial I also lost the clock and climate control lights which were not mentioned. It bothered me the most every time I cleaned the inside of the car because I always ended up with the dial in the dead spot when I was finished cleaning everything.
 

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Tobey said:
Does the dimmer switch next to the headlight switch have any effect? Mine has a dead spot in it, so that if I roll it all the way to the brightest setting, the dash lights go out. Roll it back just a touch, they all come on.
Mine does the exact same thing, right at the brightest setting.

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