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'92 Buick Lesabre radio & A/C won't work

I pushed in my cigarette lighter the other day, and my A/C, radio, door ajar dinging & lighter no longer work. It has happened before, and I just replaced the fuse that blew. This time, I checked all the fuses and none were blown. When the door is open, I can hear a very faint dinging, but not the same as I normally hear when everything is working properly.

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  • Janelle Clayton Sep 16, 2008

    I KNOW I checked this fuse...I checked all of them. I think you had some telepathic senses that went straight to my #11 fuse and made it blow right before I looked last night. Problem solved! Woohoo!

  • Trav mayer Oct 19, 2008

    i did almost the same but i had noticed my lighter was unplugged and went to plug it back in when it arced and all my interior lights stay on when car is running and my radio has power but will not work.

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    What size replacement fuse will I nee
    d for cigarette lighter?

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Check the #11 15amp fuse. It might need to be replaced.

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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