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The radio, clock, and interior light does not work. When the headlights are on and the power lock is hit the dash lights go out and the radio, clock and interior lights flicker on but the dash lights go out. What could be the problem?

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Definitely an ELECTRICAL problem.
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Loose wire-or relay under the steering wheel

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