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2002 Ford Taurus instrument panel lights do not light and bulbs are all good What could be the cause?


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2007-10-14 17:49:36
2007-10-14 17:49:36

This may be of use have you checked tht the wiring and fuses are in sound condition


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Answer 1 - Instrument Lights Operate IntermittentlyWithout doing a "hands on troubleshooting" of your vehicle, no one here can be certain of the specific location and cause of your problem. However, based on your question, I suspect that the cause is a loose connection in the circuit providing power to the instrument lights, or on the instrument panel circuit board itself.It is possible also, that the instrument panel dimmer switch is wearing out.Answer 2 -The dash dimmer switch or the headlight switch is the most likely problem.

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Check the bulbs, fuse & brake light switch on the pedal.

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