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All lights, or just your illumination lights? Illumination: bulbs need replacing. All lights; SERIOUS problem. There is a dash panel fuse on car. check that. Has anyone done any work recently under dash( like installing a radio)? May be they accidentally pulled a connector loose behind dash. Need to pull your instrument cluster to check that. Usually two big connectors with lots of wires going to back of instrument cluster. If no power at all with key on: check under hood at power distribution center for a main big fuse out.
There should be a little black eye looking peice of plastic near one of the speakers or in the one at the center of the dash When you put in the new radio you may have pulled the wires free and that is why your day time lights/ auto headlights are not working
this got easy after a while 2 ways, i had friends who would not take the time to spend 8dollars to buy a harness connector for a new cd player and would splice everything together like takeing the red and yellow wires and connecting them all together as one. this drains ur battery unless ur cd player can completly power down by the power button not all do... but keep this in mind on GM cars the 2 wires of the same wires like purple the one with a black stripe is ground they go together stripe on stripe also there is 2 extra wires one is ORANGE and BROWN u dont need these dont even mess with them even if u have a connector block them off THESE TWO COLORS IS FOR FACTORY STEREO IF SO THESE WIRES CAN AND WILL MAKE IT SO U DONT HAVE DASH LIGHTS so always buy a connector ond dont mess with these wires block them off and dont ground them out.
when i changed my radio in my blazer i discovered there were a lot of wires that ran through it like my dash lights interior lights and a bunch of other stuff you probably just missed a connector or got two of them mixed up you might have to take out the dash again
cant tell you whats wrong. obovously some kind of wiring issue. but DOCUMENT DOCUMENT DOCUMENT and take it to the dealer every time for warranty issues!!! If they cant fix it you can lemon it out after 3 failed attempts. i found a free lemon lawyer online and lemoned out a '04 blazer for a leak that started right after i bought it. i think problems have to start within the first 2000 miles so you are well within that restriction!!!!