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Ac lights My dash and ac ligts are out on my 1998 ford explorer

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    HAVE U TESTED THE FUSE? IS THE DASH LIGHT DIMMER TURNED OFF?

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Sounds like a fuse is gone, if all of them are out. There is a fuse panel between the driver door and dash. I would check all of those first. There is also a fuse panel in the engine compartment. I dont think it would be the individual lights, as it would be unlikely that they all went out at once.

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