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Which fuse controls the dash and instrument lights? All these lights have gone dark.

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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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