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94 civic lx parking lights and dashboard are out

When i turn on my light switch neither the front or tail parking lights work, neither does the dash, but my headlights do. But when i arm and disarm my alarm they work, I don't know whether its a fuse or what. If it is just a fuse exactly where would it be located under the hood or under the steering column?

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On Honda's mostof the fuses are under the bonnet, but it pays to check the fuses inside as well.
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