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Lights on dash don't won't and back headlights

My front headlights work on my ford focus, my back headlights don't work, my reverse, brake, and indicator lights all work fine. The lights on my dash i.e. petrol gage, speedometer don't work.

How do i fix it.?

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Check your fuse box. Sounds like it may be a fairly inexpensive fix.

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