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Dashboard lights do not go on.

Have traced continuity from light switch to input to 7.5 amp fuse.
All o.k. Where is the input side of the fuse connected to?

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  • eldorena Dec 09, 2008

    I have activated the dashboard, and all is well, by feeding battery voltage externally to the input side of the fuse (added info from eldorena).

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I think its supposed to get power from the headlight switch.When you turn headlights on the dash lights recieve power

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