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Lost all dash lights left and right signals everything else works except the buzzer is barely loud enough to here it's a 2002 with 120 000 k could it b a bad fuse panel

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  • Anonymous Dec 20, 2008

    The same thing happened to me. All electric went out while driving. I had clicking under the dash and, even though they didn't work, I couldn't turn my hazards off. The car is at the dealership now.

  • Anonymous Jan 01, 2009

    My 2006 Caravan has similar problem of no power to door locks instrument panel, 4 w flashers, hl dimmer switch, r&l signal switch, no speedometer or any other gauges on instr cluster, no interior lights. Power windows work as well as radio and heater fan. Of course car starts and can be driven.

  • msbbnoonan Jan 10, 2009

    We have the same problem and want to sell our van but as I'm sure you know no one wants to buy it when nothing is working!

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Try checking the multifunction switch that controls it .you might have to replace it

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