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Tail Lights and dash lights out!

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Old 02-20-2003, 11:53 AM
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Question Tail Lights and dash lights out!

Both my tail lights and dash lights went out the other day. My head lights still work fine and when I run the dash lights all the way up they still click on the interior lighting.
I also noticed the Parklamp/Autolamps fuse was blown. So I replaced this fuse but as soon as I turn on the headlights it blows right away. The instrument illumination fuse is fine??
Does this sound like a headlight panel switch problem? I am deciding if I should buy this first?
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Old 02-24-2003, 04:13 PM
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Talking Tail Lights and dash lights out!

Figured it out myself. The wires tend to rub off back behind the light panel and they were shorting themselfs out.

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