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Pretty basic car, no electric doors or windows. It does have daytime running lights.
No hole where the button should be.
Ill give it a check tomorrow morning and let you know. Any way to check the dimmer switch? I have the standard multimeter and such. I'm guessing that if it is stuck in "low light", there a connection (broken track or such) that keeps it there, otherwise, it'd be stuck in "full" light?
That's the button I was talking about in my original question. It is not present on my car. I dismantled part of the dash to see what was happening (kinda hard when you don't know where all the "pressfit" are). It turns out that when I unplug the dimmer switch I do have (rheostat), I have interior lights so definitely a bad switch.
I'm still puzzled as to why the secondary dimmer push button is not there though. Anyhow, thanks for the chat. At least I know where my problem stands now.
EDIT: I looked on the net to get a price for the switch and it was around 20$ !! So I figured I might as well open it and see what's what. Turns out it was some oxydation on the contacts of the "wheel". Some emery paper and a little dielectric grease and all is good again. Woohoo...:)