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My tail lights and dash lights are out. I already tried changing the fuse and bulbs but that did not work.

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You have an electrical short somewhere that keeps shorting out when all the lights are in use its like an over load of poweer.i had to take the dome light bulb out cause mine were doing the same thing

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Test with a voltmeter the contacts to the fuses for tail lights and brake lights. If there is no power getting to fuses from instrument panel, and switches had already been replaced, then it is a wiring problem from switch to fuse box, otherwise from fuse box to lights. the defective wiring must be repaired or rebuilt.
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