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No head, tail, dashboard lights or clock - fuses & bulbs are good

Just went out all of a sudden but the turn signals work and the battery holds a charge - runs but got no lights. also the radio still works

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There is a few fusable links that power that stuff. Did the fuses blow or they no longer have power to them. If the fusable link doesnt blow and there is a short then it will take out all your fuses. I had a fuseable link go and it killed everything.

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