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2006 v6 instrument lights out

I just bought a beautiful candy apple red v6 convertible from a dealer, finally have a mustang. A full inspection didn't reveal any problems but when I got it home from there was steam and fluid coming out from the motor. It turned out to be the thermostat and housing, a a problem it seems others have had. The dealer fixed it the next day.

Unfortunately, the first week I only drove the car during daylight so didn't notice the instrument panel wasn't lighting up. It's hard to tell from the manual which fuse it could be. I just played with the dimmer switch and noticed it turns on/off interior/map lights but doesn't dim anything. Any suggestions?

I love my "new" car but would love it even more if everything was working!

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try using the search button in the right hand corner. i think this has been addressed b4.


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