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Dash lights and taillights out fuses all ok

Tried all the fuses they check good even under hood and relays seem ok only things not working are dash lights and taillights went out
1994 ford probe se 4cyl stick. any help deeply appreciated

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In battery junction box or the under hood fuse panel check fuse no 11(15amp),it will be at the center of the fuse box where there is 4 fuse slots but looks like only 3 fuses, if this fuse in good then you will see a relay that is shaped kinda like a cross.This is the parklamp relay which also powers the dash lights.

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