Check to make sure the brake lights are working when the dash lights don't - usually it's a fuse in the brake light circuit.
Om both of these, it is a tedious job not ot mess something up while working in the printed circuits etc. I suggest taking it ot a garage.
which fuse controls the lift gate or interior lights on a 2003 ford expedition
It controls the headlights, dash lights, tail lights and park lights. You don't repair it you replace it.
probally have to get new guages.
It depends on what needs to be repaired or replace... It could cost from a few hundred to a few thousands...
replace the combination switch on the turn signal stalk
Are you referring to the battery wire that goes to the starter? If so replace the wire. By disconnecting it and follow wire to the starter and replace. Reconnect battery and your done.
It depends what lights you are talking about, most dash lights are just bulbs. However in the cluster for digital lights and the fog light acessories they are done by LED lights in which you can replace if you know the right voltage. There are a lot of dash lights, so IRepairing Dashboard LightsTake apart the dash (or area where the lights are burned out) and replace the bad bulbs with good ones.
Proteins repair and replace cells.
Neon lights have a greater range of color, but are more susceptible to wearing out. LED's are limited in their colors, but last longer and are generally easier and cheaper to replace or repair.
There are 3 drive belts and the timing belt. Which are you referring to? Either way you need to get a repair manual for assistance. There are a lot of steps involved to get to the timing belt.
It is very simple to repair a color changing LED light on a strand of Christmas lights. You simply pull the damaged light out of the socket and replace it with a new one.
What do you need? A diagnostic?, a repair? Do you know what problem is? What are symptoms?