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97 voyager van headlights and dash lights not working

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Last night I suddenly lost all dash and headlights on our 97 plymouth voyager. We just put a battery in last month, so it's not that. All other things seem to work OK. (Radio, dome lights, fans etc.) The manual doesn't appear to show a fuse as handling both dash and headlights. Any ideas?

Jim

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There is a body control module that may cause this issue, it has the ability to be tested, have that done first.

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