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These are all different circuits. The brake lights are on a 10amp fuse - the headlights are on a 50amp fuse - and the parking and dash lights are on a 20amp fuse. Do you have power going into the headlight switch and the brake light switch ?
Try checking both a; your fuses, and b; check your bulbs. You should have two fuse boxes, one under hood and one in or under the dash. Check those for bad, blown or weak fuses. And check your headlights bulbs for them being good and their connection. If this doesn't fix your problem, you may check out your highbeam switch.
Check the headlight switch itself. I had one go bad and the interior lights would work etc, but not the headlights. The headlight switch has several contacts inside it and it sounds like one set is bad. You should be able to test it with a meter once you have it out. Fairly easy to remove and test with any ohm meter.