I have a 2004 F-350 super duty crew cab My instrument panel lights arent working. Does anyone know what fuse is for the instrument panel

Asked by Vonda Dec 06, 2014 at 04:34 PM about the Ford F-350 Super Duty

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Instrument panel lights aren't working, checked all fuses didnt locate any that looked bad
does anyone know which one is for the instrument panel

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I'm assuming the dimmer control is not turned off

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Instrument panel fuse, is your park light fuse,if blowed you should not have park light,s,if you do,check what tom said,and if that dosen,t fix your issue,may be bad dimmer switch.

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Dimmer switch is turned on and park lights work. guess I'll change out dimmer switch see if that fixes issue, not sure if dimmer switch controls the lighting on heater and radio, but they also don't light up.

22,235

I would do a little more investigation before I tackle that switch ... maybe the connector came off the switch body Some of those switches can be real bears to change plus those switches usually start acting funny before they go .... check those connections under the Dash with the lights on ... maybe a little shake on the wiring will point you to the problem Good Luck

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I’m having same problem but I also don’t have tail lights and it’s not the fuse any suggestions?

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