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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-12-2020, 07:20 PM
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My bad, not thinking about what lights your talking about other than what I mentioned.

Have you played with the dash lights dim and bright adjustment?
The steering wheel lights on the cruise control

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The dash lights and steering wheel lights both are controlled by the same dim-bright knob switch.
Iím sure you know this, I was just suggesting adjusting it to see if maybe the steering wheel lights might start working.

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The dash lights and steering wheel lights both are controlled by the same dim-bright knob switch.

Iím sure you know this, I was just suggesting adjusting it to see if maybe the steering wheel lights might start working.
Yea it did not fix it. I did find a broken fuse but it was not for that. I watches it stop working. 1 second it was lit and then it was not. It flickered a few times a few min before it just stoped lighting up

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Yea it did not fix it. I did find a broken fuse but it was not for that. I watches it stop working. 1 second it was lit and then it was not. It flickered a few times a few min before it just stoped lighting up

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sounds like a grounding issue in that circuit to me.

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Haven't found the culprit yet.

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