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Probably the same switch.
If you rotate the switch, the extreme position I think counterclockwise but might be wrong in which case it is clockwise) should turn on the interior (security?) lights. Turning it back just a bit should turn them off.
Pulling the switch should turn on first the clearance (running) lights, and then the headlights.
If they are not working then either the switch is broken or there is a problem with the wiring. That's where a continuity meter and a voltmeter start to be handy tools.
You probably already checked this but the simplest solution is the control used to turn on the interior lights and to dim your dash lights. It is a dimmer switch to the right of your headlight switch. If it is turned all the way down then you would have no dash lights and no headlight chime. Turned all the way up it turns on your interior lights. If this isn't your issue and if no fuses are blown then try to turn the dimmer switch all the way up with your headlights on. If the dash lights come on with the interior lights then your switch is fried and you may have a short in the interior light circuit.
No. Dash lights being out could be a bad headlight switch, since the dash lights are routed through the headlight switch, not the dimmer switch. Park and tail lights also controlled by the headlight switch.
Replace the light control switch and if it is a separate adjustment the Dash board or Interior light brightness adjuster. Most likely it is the Light switch so start with that. This assumes all interior fuses and fuses and relays in the power distribution block under the hood are good.
this light is truned on due to a problem with the engagement motor of the transfer case, either the motor has stopped working or the contacts that sense when the case is engaged are burnt, u will need to replace the the electric transfer case actuator in most cases to repair this problem