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1987 nissan vanette has no parking lights or dash lights. Headlights etc work ok. All fuses ok

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I had a friend of mine bring me his car just last week for the same problem.he said he checked all the fuses,but he didnt know that on the passenger side there was another fuse box.i replaced the burned out fuse i found in this fuse box and everything has been working fine ever since.so most likely you will just have to look a little more for another fuse box or try under the hood by the battery for a fuse/relay box also.a few more places to look would be in back of the drivers and passengers kick panels. hope this info helps you. take care and good luck, manny

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