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Replace an interior/panel light switch on a 92 Taurus

I have a 92 Taurus that I have no panel lights. I have checked the fuses and didn't find them blown. Turning the switch I can get The interior lights to come on but no dash lights. What else could it be.

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Tami, interior fuse panel F2.26 is the location, 10 Amp fuse, Link below has the diagram. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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1. there should be a 5A fuse for the dashoard lights in the fuse panel. Yes it may be cause by the dimmer switch.

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