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Hi there Well it sounds like its either your Light switch or the fuse has blown [but dose the high beam work if yes then its only globes or blown fuse so try the main beam and then test the fuses or just change them .
The odometer isn't control but 1 fuse its is fed through the entire IPC "instrument cluster panel " and is part of the pcm feed . you cant turn it off so if its out then your cluster is no good replace the cluster and the miles will return since they are kept by the pcm
Ford released a SSM (Special Service Message) stating that 2003-2004 Town Car, Grand Marquis and Crown Victoria models may exhibit code P1233 with possible drivability or no start symptoms. It suggests that before replacing a suspect FPDM, fuel pump relay, inertia switch, fuel pump sending unit or PCM, the following things should be checked: Check for a loose PCM pin fit issue. Check for a loose or faulty ground at G101, G103, and G400. Check the FPDM harness located behind the rear seat at the base of the C-pillar for chafed wires on the bracket and check for a circuit or connection issue with the Dark Green/Yellow (DG/YE) wire which runs between the FPDM and PCM pin 40 due to a poor crimp. If all of these items check to be ok, perform normal diagnostics for code P1233.