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Headlights,side markers and all other lights work fine except the instrument cluster lights. I dont see any blown fuses, could it be the light switch itself?

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Yes very much possible.it can be light switch itself.Or it is also possible that there is short in interior circuit of the instrument cluster circuit.the instrument panel has to be removed and checked at its back for short in the circuit.

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Could be swittch or bulb in back instrument cluster.

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