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There is no specific fuse to replace. You need to use a multi-meter to check for a electrical short or a burnt "fusible link". Refer to a wiring diagram in a repair manual for the make, model, and year of your truck, witch could be obtained from an auto parts store.
Yea, that's a good one. The trick is finding the button that lowers the fuse panel so you can get to it. It is located under the steering wheel to the left. The cigarette lighter is fuse number 27 or there is a diagram sticker on the fuse box.
If you can see under the instrument panel, find the fuse box, find the button on the side nearest the brake pedal. Push the button straight up and the fuse panel will magically lower into view. There may be a wire loom (bunch of wires) covering the button.