Re: no head, tail, dashboard lights or clock - fuses &...
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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Bulbs need replaced, your brake lights and turn signals work off of half of the bulb, while your tail lights work off the other half. It is either your bulbs need replaced, or a fuse went bad, but it is definitely something simple.
Time to do a wiggle test of the fuse box wiring. The circuits mentioned are not directly connected , but may travel through common wiring plugs. Try the fuse box fuses again (there may be more than 1 fusebox) Interior light / Radio / Antenna / Clock may be on a battery circuit but not connected to the Fog light not the turn signals other than a connecctor plug or simular.