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If the dash lights are on the same circuit as the park lights. Chances are if no dash lights... no park lights. Unless the dash light dimmer switch is on the low position. Check park light fuse. If no brake lights... which are on a different circuit and you are sure the bulbs are ok check brake light fuse. If fuse ok, unplug brake light switch at brake pedal and cross the terminals with a jumper. If brake lights work, the brake switch is faulty. If still no brake light operation suspect a wiring issue
check the cluster dimmer switch make sure not turned all the way down to keep instrument cluster lights from glowing brightly.if dimmer switch not turned way down look for blowed instrument cluster fuse.
the flasher doesn't have a fuse, its a flasher unit, a relay in a little box or can , located usually behind the fuse panel on the drivers side kick panel,, up by the dash , if your break lights aren't working, first check the bulbs, if they check ok, check the switch at the top of the brake pedal arm up under the dashboard,,
I had the same problem. Couldn't find a cause, so I shorted the right side to the left and both work OK. Unfortunately, several months later the dash lights quit again, but the outside lights are OK.
I still can't determine why the dash lights are not working, and I'm about to jump 12 v and ground to the dimmer switch, since it seems like there is an open wire. All fuses in the fuse block are OK, but there may be an inline fuse I can't find.
I experienced the same after a car detail (inside and outside) exercise. I checked this and another forum. In my case the issue was that the Dimmer dial (to the left of the dashboard panel) had been turned OFF and it was depending on the auto-lights. Whenever I moved from Parking to R or D gears, the dashboards would go off. After I set the Dimmer back to some setting (Full), the dashboard lights stayed ON as before. I did not have to play around with any fuses. Looks like the dial was turned to off position during the inside cleaning.
If you already check the dimmer definetly you will have to remove the dashboard area where the indicator is and replace those light bulbs they are tiny so careful and first check your auto parts store for correct number.luck!