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i got a 6s and i dont even see a light in it
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* * * * * * Sometimes if a light is on continuously it could be due to a blown fuse.

Check your fuse box to make sure the fuse for the glove box isn't blown...[/b]
Huh? If the fuse is blown, there is an open in the circuit. How does power get to the bulb if fuse is blown?
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* * * * * * Sometimes if a light is on continuously it could be due to a blown fuse.

Check your fuse box to make sure the fuse for the glove box isn't blown...[/b]
Huh? If the fuse is blown, there is an open in the circuit. How does power get to the bulb if fuse is blown?[/b][/quote]

I agree!
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Maybe it's just trapped daylight.


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I ve a 6s...The glove box light only comes on when the headlight switch is on.
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