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Turn Signals, hazard lights & instruments inop

My turning lights, hazard lights and instrument gauges, (speedo, fuel, temp and odometer) are not working. I would think it is a fuse or relay problem but don't know where to find the culprit.

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Must be the dash connection in the back, need to demount dash panel, and spray wd40 on the connections.

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