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Dash lights don't work when I turn on headlights

My dash lights don't come on when i turn on my headlights, I checked the panel fuse and all others. Was looking for some more guidance I have the same problem my headlight work my radio and heater lights work break light work but the dash lights will not come on in my 1194 chevy 4x4

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This is a problem with all trucks what you need to do is get the dash or cluster out and get it repaired at gm they send it out and after a few days it will be returned functional

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