parking lights, these are usually tied to the same circuit as the instrument panel lights
Should be parking/tail/dash lights on a common circuit
you take apart the dash and get to the instrument panel. then you take the instrument panel out and on the back of the panel you'll will see the lights
All the lights a flashing on the instrument panel on my Chrysler town and country minivan. Why?
Dead short to ground in either: Parking lights or sockets Tail lights or sockets Dash lights or sockets
Between your steering wheel and your instrument panel on your steering column, you will find a small rocker switch that controls the parking lights. I can't tell you why it is there, but it does turn the parking lights off and on independent of the ignition and headlight switch.
I assume you referring to the instrument panel lights,,, first remove the dash ,,,and the remove the screws for the panel,,, then flipping the panel over you find the plug sockets for the small bulbs,,,some twist quarter turn >
Check parking light fuse - should be the same circuit
remove plastic around instrument panel . remove screws from instrument panel then pull panel towards you to unplug it this will allow to get to dach lights
my lights didn't go out.
Check your fuses! If they're all good I would next check the wireing on your stereo. I had a loose wire once back there and it made my instrument cluster's lights not work when I had the headlights on and I had to guess my speeds at night.
instrument panel lights for 1998 ford explorer the fues is good and when dimmer swtich is good