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No tail lights or dash lights.

Intermittent fault; they will come on and go off at will. Turn on park lights and sometimes they will come on and other times they will come on after a few minutes and sometimes not at all. Is there a relay and where is it located?

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The fault is in the combination switch need to get it replaced.

Posted on Feb 19, 2013

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