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The majority of fuses are down by your left knee, up under the dash. Don't expect to tell good from bad by looking, use a meter. What do you mean by Running lights? The bulbs outside of the headlights? The tail lights (not brake lights)? License plate light? Those are all three on the 10a Tail fuse. But they often blow out, as they flash with the alarm system too.
dash lights are almost all on the same fuse, think it is labelled illumination. The small lights that light up the heater control knobs have been a pain for me, and they are expensive. I put in LED bulbs (triple bright), and they are finally lasting.
It may sound silly, but check your brake light bulbs to see if they have been installed incorrectly. Brake light bulbs have two filaments, one for tail light, and a brighter one for brake lights. On some cars if the bulb is installed wrong, the brighter filament will stay on for tail lights. The only other thing I can think of is the wrong bulbs have been installed.
This can be caused by fitting the wrong bulb in your brake lights. Typically a single fillament bulb in a twin ~(Stop and tail) holder. It causes the brake light current to back feed into the sidelight system thus illuminating the dashboard.