Re: Instrument Cluster Lights out Reply #15 – June 15, 2020, 08:00:46 PM Quote from: kylesburrell on June 15, 2020, 01:21:23 AMhi everyone,I dove back into this issue and I made a discovery: the headlight switch gets really hot. Like hot enough that the coil for the rheostat was glowing. I'm not a genius, but if its getting that hot, that means its pulling a lot of current. So guess i'll be ordering a new headlight switch.The rheostat is the dimmer control. Drawing that much current, you should be blowing fuse 13 again.Just turn the parking lights on. This will get the headlights out of the picture and still power the dimmer control.Pull fuse 13. Does the rheostat still overheat? If not, are you sure that fuse is only a 5 amp?