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On My 1994 Crown Victoria the interior lights, dash lights and back running lights are out. I checked the fuses and they look okay. What can be wrong?

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Are all the running/parking/marker lights out, if so it could be a bad connection at the light switch. Had this happen on a '92 the brown and white wire on the switch is what controls all of these lights as well as the dash lights.
I would suggest picking up a Haynes manual to see the detail of replacing the switch and getting access to wires.

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