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Fuses The tail lights and the dash lights abruptly quit working. Where are the fuses that control these? I found the two fuse areas but they all look good.

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If they are anything like my truck, then they are not fuses at all, but bulbs that have to be replaced. Take it in to the dealership and have it done. At least the dash lights, the tail light you can do yourself. Good luck.

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