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Electrical ? I haveheadlights, brake lights, emergency flashers but no parking lights or dash lights

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I have a 1997 jeep wrangler with the same problem and it started when I replaced the stock radio,with an after market one. The dash/parking lights are grounded to the stock radio,so if you can find a good body ground that should fix your problem. good luck.

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