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No dash board lights and no parking lights. have check all fuses and all are good.

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Check if there is output voltage from the fuse box to the lights and that all bulbs are ok.If no out put voltage than check for breaks or damaged relays

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Park light, check the bulbs themselves buy checking the headlights and see if the bulbs are burned out. But both can very well be fuses...they are located under the hood on the driver's side near the wheel well, and under the dash nearest to the door also the driver's side.

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There can be a short in the circuit to the guages and so it must be checked individually to confirm the fault. It can also be linked to the park lamp circuit and so it will be good to open all the park lamps to check for holder shorts.
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