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Headlights, dome lights, and radio shut off on my 1990 bronco!

I went down a bumpy dirt road after duck hungting and my headlights shut off all of a sudden. At the same time my radio, dome light, running lights, and all interior lighting went out and will not turn back on. dash instruments still work e.g. windshield wipers, ac, heater, but no ilumination. Also the blinkers and flashers still work and the fuses in the fuse box are still good. I'm lost! any sugestions???

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    Radio went out then headlights. Came back on then later quit all together. Fuses were checked by a mechanic friend and all were good. Could it be an ignition switch or an electrical problem?

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Possibly the dimmer switch on the floor? happened on my 91 half ton dims didnt work but brights did and then they cut out altogether. a little water goes a long way

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