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Inside dash lights and tail lights won't turn on in my '95 Isuzu Rodeo, what can I do?

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My 97 Rodeo had the same problem. No Tail lights, no. Dash lights. There is also an annoying buzzer that goes with the set telling you the lights are on, there is no key in the ignition and your door is open. (you don't notice it when it's gone but you sure notice it when it's back)
The Fuse (taillight Illum) was good, The Light relay under the hood was good and all bulbs were good.
What fixed this problem was replacing the tail light relay which is located in a panel just to the left of the brake pedal also called the kick panel.Inside there are 3 relays. I replaced the one in the middle and got everything to work.
If you need to identify the relay you can put your hand over it and then turn the lights on and off. The correct relay should click. Mine was the middle one.
Hope this helps someone because it stumped me for months.

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Check your tail light fuse . It is probably blown . You might have to repair your tail light circuit if the fuse blows when you replace it . The taillight fuse feeds the instrument and dash lights when you turn the headlight switch on . If the taillight fuses blown none of your instrument lights will work .

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