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Year make and model helps. Most ground points for the dash are behind the kick panel to the left of your feet. On older cars they are up by the steering column. Loosen them up and retighten. This way you know they are grounded. Next , pull the light switch out and unplug it. Use a bright like and closely look at the harness plug. What you are looking for is corrosion(white to greenish color) and more importantly is if all the female tabs inside the plug look the same. You look at one, does the gap look the same on the others? Power wires heat up, the tabs expand and eventually not get a good contact.
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