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Got the call from the dealer yesterday, and as is often the case around these parts, the opinion offered by the majority was correct, the problem in my truck is in the light switch itself. This does make sense as the simplest common point between the dash lights and the tail lights, though it is reassuring nonetheless to confirm it's not one of those mysterious gremlin situations. I won't get the truck back until today though, as they didn't have the part on hand.
Thanks to all you shadetree mechanics who offered advice on this, and of course, apologies to all the real men (and women) out there disappointed that I didn't do this the "right" way, be it picking the part from a junk yard, repairing what's broken with duct tape, carving a new switch out of a redwood tree, or just plain driving in the dark... I definitely lose Steve McQueen cool points here. But at least if I'm heading towards you on a darkened road, you will know it.
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