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My instrument panel lights and tail lights do not go on in my 1999 plymouth voyager. this problem has been very intermittent over the years. after hitting a bump they would always come on. however, now they appear to be off for good. fuse(s)?

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Check the fuse and how tight it fits and if it is caroded,if not its most likely the head light switch and or dimmer togher

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Here is a fix...I had the same problem with the instrument cluster going dead intermittently. Pound your fist on the dash and wahlah, everything worked again. It would also register an engine code of 'invalid or incorrect information or lost data', something like that. What I found was a hairline crack in a solder connection on the cluster circuit board right at the harness plug connector. Mine happened to be the ground pin for the cluster. And what do I mean by 'hairline' crack? It takes a trained eye to find cracks in solder connections. Most people don't see them, because it is a circular microscopic crack surrounding the pin where it solders to the board. It it usually caused from heating and cooling, vibrations, and other element that attack and deteriorate solder. Very intermittent, and very hard to find. So instead, just simply resolder each of the connections to be sure another one won't fail in the near future.

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