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1995 chevy lumina the dash lights are out can't figure out which fuse it could be if this is the problem at all. If not the fuse what else could it be? Thanks!!

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Could be the switch. . the fuse is usually small like 5 amps (5 will be written on fuse) check that first, maybe marked INST

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