No unfortunately. The button/roller switch for this would be amongst the row where you find the awd control buttons. I would guess Kia have sacrificed it to make room for the other switches. I think I've seen the dash dimmer on one of those youtube clips showing the car interior. (I might be wrong)
THANKS CHRIS I THOUGHT I WAS MISSING SOMETHING IS IT JUST ME BEING FUSSY OR ARE THE LIGHTS ON THE BRIGHT SIDE ,IT SEEMS SO ODD ALL THE OTHER LIGHTS ON THE DASH ETC ARE A CALM ORANGE AND THE MAIN DIALS IN FRONT OF YOUR EYES ARE SO WHITE I WONDER IF THE BULB AT THE BACK COULD BE CHANGED ?
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Guy. If you were prepared to have the dash out to replace the bulbs it might be
worth finding an auto electrician and enquire about having a bespoke dimmer
fitted. I bet it could be concealed somewhere which wouldn't detract from the aesthetic
of the dash. Just a thought.