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What fuse do I need to change when my dash lights and tail lights go out?

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OK there is a possibly there might be twould blown fuses the best way to tell a blown fuse is get a test light hook it to a good ground like the door hing get a wire brush and clean the area where your going to hook the test light then much each metal tab on each if the test lightlights on one side and not the other that your bad fuse you can also look at the inside of your fuse panel cover and it will tell you instrument / tail or just instrument and another one will say tail when you find the fuse on the cove look at the number and the find the number in the fuse panel I hope this helped good luck it's not difficult

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there are a few fuses under the hood be sure to check fuses again at dash they could look good but not be and if one was blown it could have blown as soon as you turned them on again that would indicate a short. it could be the switch also if it is the pull type try pulling it slowly to see if they come on and turning it like to dim the dash lights. if that makes them come on you need a new switch sometimes it will work sometimes not

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Check fuses 6 and 8, see what you turn up

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check the accessories fuse they often run from this.

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