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Recheck your work. Pull the connector off at the flasher and inspect it before plugging it back in. Not much room to work under there in an Excel? Maybe you pulled a wire loose somewhere? Kinda weird, cause the park, tail, and dash lights are all operated by the headlight switch, no relation to the turn signals and flasher relay. Or do you mean the left indicator light on the dash? That would make me think the flasher connection again, or the left side wires up under there. H H, josh...happy ha ha, merry christmas.
In your owner's manual, look under the table of contents for warning lights. There should be a whole section on what warning lights look like and what they mean. I hope this helps! Please rate 4 thumbs up!
you have blown the side light fuse when the headlight smashed ,somewhere the wires are bamaged or the side light bulb has broke and the filament feed wires have touched causing the fuse to blow ,also look under the bonnet next to battery their is a power distribution box next to batter ,check uses in here as well ,they are not markewt though so look for a red 10 amp or a blue 15 amp fuse
It sound like you may have a stuck relay. When you say fan do you mean heater fan or radiator fan? There is a electrical box under the hood that has fuses and relays in it, if you have the owners manual it will tell which relay does what. There is also a fuse panel under dash on that car, I'm pretty sure.
I agree it is the cooling fan warning light and normally if it stays on all the time in most cases it is the water pump so squeeze the upper radiator hose and if very little resistance this could be a sign your water pump is bad but before you do this check the condition of the drive belt
Do you own a test light? Check for power at wires behind socket? Clean socket good , check contact spots for bulb & clean any rusty side of the socket with emery cloth, or sandpaper, for good contact also.