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1998 toyota corolla , lost dash lights?

1998 toyota corolla , lost dash lights,checked all three light bulbs that are in main gauge area and they are good.Can not find witch fuse is for that.Also had lost tail lights but was able to get to work by replacing fuse with a 30 , should be 15.

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Under the hood you have multiple fuses
one of them is a 100A
this fuse powers about everything including the interior/exterior lamps
however, this fuse powers and intergation relay in the cluster

you need to check to see if this relay is getting power

depending on your electrical skills you may want to see assistance on this

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