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No light in the dasboard and taillights , But headlights do work

Dashboard lights do not turn, Also my tail lights. 94 corolla DX

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Take out the 2 phillips screws that hold in the cluster.there are some bulbs in the back of it,look and see that they are all ok.
the tail lights operate on a separate circuit,but the headlight switch could be bad, as it operates both of those sets of lights in the park and lights on settings.check all the fuses and relays in the fuse box under the hood and lower left kick panel

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