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Everything works fine on my vehicle EXCEPT today the panel lights & gauges don't work (turn signals, hazard blinker, oil gauge, rpm gauge, speedometer, drive shift gear lights). Headlights, clock display, radio, CD/Cassette, A/C & all else are fine. Car runs fine. It's just the panel lights & gauges on panel stopped working suddenly & won't come back on. HELP!

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Check the fuse for those items that don't work.

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