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you have something shorting out you would need to find out which one. dash lights can be connecter by fuse to other parts. I.e door lights ignition timer light timer control etc you would need to find what one of these is causing the problem
check the parking light fuse or taillight fuse to make sure it has not blown. replace it if it has blown and see if the lights work or if the fuse blows again. if it blows when you turn the lights on then you have a short circuit that needs repaired. if the fuses are good ,then most likely the headlight switch is bad not allowing the taillights or dash lights to work.
Are the bulbs out of the sockets and the fuse blows? Take bulbs out and check again Place one back at a time if fuse was OK with bulbs out to locate bad bulb. Otherwise....... Do this........if still needed with bulbs out and fuse blowing. Put a circuit breaker in to replace the fuse of the same amperage. It will trip off then back on. Use a standard cheap magnetic compass........place along lighting wiring........the wire with current will cause the needle to jump as circuit breaker trips on and off. Follow path of current to problem.....the compass will stop moving once past the shorted /grounded wire/connection.