The instrument lights & hazard lights are on the same fuse - marked HZD Lp in the fuse box. If the hazard lights work then you have probably just turned the instrument lights off by the rotary control on the dash.
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there is another fuse panel inside.
I can't remember where it is, but you should check inside/behind the glove box.... or..... driver side under the dash.... or on either side of the dash where the door would hide it when closed.
I know the dodge/chrysler dash light fuse also powers the license plate light, so turn your lights on and see if you have a license plate light or not.
Hope you can locate the other box.
Power is supplied to the instrument illumination by the "TAIL/ILLUM LIGHT" fuse, Fuse #4 (15 Amp) located in the dash fuse block under the left side of the dash. This fuse provides power for both the primary and secondary sides of the TAIL LIGHT relay. The Combination (Headlamp) switch provides a ground path for the primary circuit of the TAIL LIGHT relay. When the primary circuit is completed by the Combination switch, the secondary contacts close and provide power to the tail lamps as well as to all of the instrument illumination bulbs. The ground for the instrument illumination bulbs is a variable-resistance circuit which is controlled by the illumination controller. The final ground for both the combination switch and the illumination controller is Ground G302, located under the center console.
Your dash light fuse is usually labeled instrument lights or inst. lts. on your fuse panel cover . It is important to note that the instrument light fuse is fed by the brake light fuse . So , make sure your brake lights are working properly first . If your brake light fuse is blown , your instrument lights will not work .
CHECK TAIL LIGHT FUSE, THAT FUSE SUPPLIES VOLTAGE TO THE DASH LIGHTS FUSE. IF THE TAIL LIGHTS ARE WORKING, CHECK THE INSTRUMENT FUSE. IF BOTH FUSES ARE GOOD, TURN THE DASH LIGHT ADJ. BACK & FORTH, IF STILL NO LIGHTS, I WOULD REPLACE THE DASH LIGHT CONTROL. WHILE CHECKING THE DASH LIGHTS YOU MAY HAVE TO COVER YOU & THE DASH WITH A BLANKET TO MAKE IT DARK AROUND THE DASH.
The 1994-95 Chrysler Minivans have four electrical panels/fuse boxes.:
Fuse Block Panel (In Dash)
Relay Block (In Dash)
Micro Relay Block (In Dash)
Power Distribution Center (Underhood)
Fuse block is located on left side of instrument panel, behind access door. Speed (cruise) control fuse is No. 14.
Note: If you have an airbag light on your dash litup, it might be something called a clockspring, which you'll have to take to the dealership/garage to get fixed. (Dealership is probably your best bet)
Hope this helps! :)
have you got a dimmer switch on your model to dim the dash lights. if you have it may be faulty. link the cables together if the lights work the switch is faulty. if you have not got a dimmer switch
your printed circuit on the back of the dash may be faulty or the plug in the back of the dash is not pushed all the way in. hope this helps
Check instrument panel fuse first. It would be labled on the fuse door or in manual. If not blown i would suspect the dimmer switch. There are to many bulbs in a instrument panel for them all to blow at one time.