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dim gauge cluster/radio display! help?

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Old 07-03-2014, 09:17 AM   #1
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Default dim gauge cluster/radio display! help?

i have a 04 mustang 40th aniv edition and have had it for a few months, just recently when I turn the headlights on, the radio display and gauge cluster go very dim and are hard to see..i have 8k hids in for the headlights if that makes a difference. any ideas what the issue is???
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Old 07-04-2014, 02:37 PM   #2
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Have you tried turning the headlight **** clockwise or counter clockwise to adjust the brightness? I'm also curious as to whether you have a true 40th Ann or just a regular 04. ALL 2004 mustangs had the 40th Ann fender badges. But if its a true 40th Ann edition package it will have a 40th Ann badge by the lighter in the dash as well as written on the tach I believe.

I thought mine was a true 40th Ann when I got it due to the fender badges and was disappointed to find otherwise.

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