I drove a 2016 Jeep Patriot SUV yesterday as a possible candidate for purchase. Vehicle was an Avis rental unit and has 35,968 odometer miles and vehicle was located at a Toyota dealership. On the test drive everything seemed fine except for 2 oddities. Upon initial startup the airbag lamp should illuminate and then after a few seconds, it should turn off as the air bag module does a self test on the circuitry. However the air bag lamp never illuminated. Other oddity is that at 40 mph I pressed the ON / OFF steering wheel switch for the cruise control but no lamp illuminated in the instrument cluster indicating that the cruise was activated and ready to receive commands. I pressed the SET button and the system held speed. I pressed the RES + button repeatedly and the vehicle gained speed. So the acceleration feature worked correctly. I pressed the CANCEL button and the vehicle speed dropped. I pressed the RES button and the vehicle resumed previous determined speed. So the cruise control functioned as expected. But the fact that the indicators did not display has me concerned. I am thinking that this is NOT a case of a failed bulb. From what others have posted on the forum the lamps are probably LED lights with a very long life and they are soldered into a circuit board? So maybe there is a circuit board problem in the instrument cluster? Normally this might not be a concern but the vehicle will go off the base 3 / 36 warranty in just a few more miles. Replacing circuit boards in an instrument cluster sounds expensive to me. I have NOT purchased the vehicle and am proceeding slowly. Any thoughts / ideas about what might cause these indicators to fail? This is a image of the Jeep Patriot instrument cluster.