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jose

Instrument Cluster LCD light issue

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Odd happening with this LCD display lights. Long story short, had the original (3) 1.5v beige bulbs replaced by leds in Blue, after 8 yrs decided to go back to beige bulbs and now they don't illuminate. I checked B1 and E1 fuses are ok. The Car has all LED lights except all instrument cluster and A/C panel. What else to consider?  1999 Carrera 2 STD

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Thanks for share. B10 fuse is Ok. I suspect the instrument cluster board problem. Still no idea. Other instrument cluster lights working fine.

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I was using it with LEDS for 8 yrs. No single issue. I just got bored of the blue light then went to original, now doesn't work. I start thinking in a short inside the instrument cluster. 😞

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Put the LED bulbs back in and test to see if it works like it has for 8 years.  If it does, then it is probably (as said) the mix of standard and LED bulbs that makes it not work.

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