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Running lights brake and dash/interior lights dont work, head lights blinkers reverse lights work checked fuses all were good. is there some other fuse besides the ones in the dash? or is there something else im overlooking.

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I was going to say the dash and running lights run off a singular fuse, replace it just in case, also check under the hood, there is another control board under there. possibly a relay might be at fault, worst case, the light switch is faulty. Good luck

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