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Neither park tail or dash lights go sometimes neither will wiper blades have checked fuses all are fine its a 89 mazda wagon

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Most probably switch - can you fiddle with it and then it works? Maybe you're lucky and with spraying a little contract spray in the right place will fix it for a while - switch still has to come out so - second possibility is some wear on cable or broken through cable still making contact at times

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SOURCE: Tail and dash lights do not work. fuse is good

I just read somewhere that there may be another fuse box in the trunk, depending on your model. I'm trying to diagnose and fix this exact problem right now. I've already replaced the dimmer switch with one from the junkyard, but it didn't work. If you figure this out please let me know!

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SOURCE: 1992 mazda 323 Hatchback

Sounds (i can't know for sure unless i can test it) like a bad relay or a connection is broken. Have you checked underneath the hood in the fuse box in the engine bay?

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Posted on Sep 15, 2009

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