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Headlights work but dash lights and parking lights are dead

My rear lights and instrument lights are dead but headlights, brake lights , directional flashers and hazard lights are ok 89 mercury grand marquis

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Dash and tail sre tied together, so chk tail light fuse.

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My 91 cougar has no parking lights ,dash board lights and no tail lights.what is the problem?

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