It could be a number of things. Need more info. The two may not even be related. Could be a bad ground on the starter. Was that the first time the dash lights blinked? Faulty ignition switches are relatively common and typically cause the dash to go a little haywire. Dash and headlights as well as radio backlights blinking could also be your MFS (multi-function switch) going bad.
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