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|Racing an automatic is like banging your sister. It may be fun, but it's wrong.|
ummm why dont you look and find out?
check your fuses and if there is one blown then replace it.
there are two places where the fuses are located one is in the engine bay and the other underneath the stearing wheel[/b]
what do you expect him to say?
Its an electrical part, and he suggested the only solution to the problem. We can't know if OP's bulb is burned out.. it is something Only OP can know.[/b]
|I guess my whole point was instead of just saying "Well why don't you find out?" right off the bat, he could have been a bit more kinder from the start. Like I said I probably would have done the same thing he did by coming here and asking. Hell I didn't even know where the fuses were (well except the one under the steering wheel) until Mr. Ramwell posted that information.[/b]|
|the light is located under the shifter plastic "plate". to get to it take off the bottom waterfall, turn it over, and you'll see the plastic housing. the bulb is on the bottom (towards handbrake) and points upward (towards dash). its a #74 bulb if i remember correctly[/b]|