Dash lights and tail lights dont work

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Asked by Aug 29, 2014 at 11:44 PM about the 2003 Pontiac Grand Am SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

All my other lights work and all the
fuses are intact..im confused ive
never had this problem before please
help me

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I had a similar situation; where some lights worked and others didn't and all the fuse's were intact. If I remember correctly, as it was sometime ago, that there was another fuse I didn't know of that wasn't with the fuse box, the one that carried all the fuse's. I hope this leads you down a path of discovery since this is one of the process of elimination type situations.

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Thank u i ended up going through the whole electrical system and there was a wire shorting that blew the fuse to my park assist and when i replaced that they worked..not really sure how park assist has to do with the dash and tail lighrs but im just happy they all work again

85

So it was a wire but where was the fuse located? With all the others and you overlooked it? Curious.

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I have a 2004 grand am and my tail light and my dash board light don't work . I have changed the switch and all fuses. Please help me.

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