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Went to fix ;ights above back license plate and the wires r hot but still no power to light. Now the whole dash went out and a/c doesnt work and ac doesnt work. I think its a bad ground but dont know where to look.

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Earth is making contact with the live at the bulb holder.remove and check.Make sure you have the right bulb in it.then replace the blown fuse.

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