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    Changing Dash Clocks

    Well today I changed my dash clocks for some new style ones with the crome rings in them, the only problem I have is that I don't have my traction control light any more? Any help would be great, the clocks come out of an Sxi 1.8 16 valve 4 stud car. I put an extra buld in but nothing is lighting up, I have a traction button I can switch on and off.

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    the clocks need programing mate with tech 2, they also come with ident codes on the back of the clocks which are model specific, you may have problems mate
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