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No inst. panel,parking,taillights

I have an 1979 ford fairmont wagon . i replaced the front parking light socket. it worked fine for about 10-15 min then all the parking lights,inst.panel, taillights, side marker lights went out. so i replaced the light switch,fusable links that come off the siloid.checked all the bulbs. i still have headlights( hi and low), brake lights,4 way. checked all the fuses. i'm confused

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I would check the ground wire for the parking light circuit, especially around and in the light socket where you replaced the bulb.

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