I have a problem with my 1997 Toyota Camry that I'm hoping someone might be able to shed some light on: On the bottom of the instrument panel are three circular dials placed horizontally next to each other. The first controls the "amount of air" (i.e., low, med, high, etc.), the second controls the heat or cooling level, and the third selects which vents the air is to come out of. Now, behind each of these three dials appears to be two main light sources. On the right "half" of the "three dial area", the interior light lights up 100% fine. However, on the left "half" of the "three dial area", the light lights up about 20%. I used to be able to flick at the less-lit area to make it light up at 100%, but alas, the finger flick method is no longer working. Any ideas? I told the deal about it when I got my last oil change and he said he'd have to charge me at least a hundred dollars just to look at it because he's "never seen anything like it in his many years of working in the car business" (yeah). As an aside, this problem started occurring at the same time when my little green clock started dimming as well, however, the finger flick method still works quite strongly for that particular problem. I'd appreciate any ideas or suggestions.