Lights on thermostat system, gear shift & heated seat button in '03 Camry

Asked by Oct 30, 2007 at 10:35 PM about the 2003 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I recently bought an '03 Camry & last night discovered that two of the buttons that control where you want the air to blow out at do not light up like the others.  One of the two heated seat buttons is also not lit up, and then the gear shift isn't lit up either.  I'm not sure about the gear shift, I've never had a car that didn't light up the different gears so you can see where your shifting, but does anyone know what the problem could be with all the other lights?

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I would suggest probably bad bulbs. If the controls work as they should, that's the most likely problem.

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