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Instrument lights out on kj cherokee cant find blown fuse is there another fuse box other than one under hood

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If your dash light are out, this is usually an indicator that your tail lights are out also. there should be a fuse block under the dash on the firewall or on the end of th dash board near the drivers door.(I'm not familiar with the "KJ") Check the fuse marked tail lamps. hope this helps.

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