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Hey Please read about my honda accord

I have the same problem u had in july
My tail light and my dash is just dark no lights at all
cant drive my car at night
how did u fix ur problem ?

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Look for a bad fuse. All the cars that I have owned had both the tail lights and dash lights on the same fuse.

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99 honda accord no dash or tail lights


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