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go to the above link to see exactly what i'm talking about. where you see the words: OFF LOW - - HI, and the directional pictures establishing which vent the air blows out, that's where it doesn't light up at night.

Could this problem be fuse-related, or could the panel itself just simply be burnt out and need to be replaced and rewired? Any hints, tips or suggestions? Thanks

Car = 1996 Toyota Camry LE I4 A/T
 

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Your link ain't working. If its only part of your that is not working, I would be willing to bet its a bulb behind it that is burnt out. Autozone's web site has exploded views on how to take apart the dash.
 

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It is lit by two bulbs
They burn out. To replace them you pop off the cover that surrounds the radio, then unbolt the climate control panel, wiggle it forward a little. You will be able to reach back in and remove the two bulb sockets(IIRC, you twist them 1/4 turn to release).

Replace with new bulbs of the proper wattage, most real parts store/dealerships can help. Dealer wanted $5/bulb; parts store wanted $0.65/bulb FYI.
 

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alright thanks guys. i know how to take it off n all, just when i did it, i didnt see any bulb sockets for some reason. ill take it apart again and look more thoroughly.
 
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