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Sure, take a test light and hook one side up to ground and with ignition on, not running, test both sides of the fuses until you find one that doesn't light the test light. That should be the bad one. Take it out and look at it carefully, and you should see where it is burnt. Replace it with the same amperage and you should be back in business again.
check all the fuses with a test light at the fuse panel as you may have more than one fuse bad.replace the fuse and operate the rear hatch and if it works then and the fuse isn`t blown then you probably have a lighter assembly that is blowing the fuse.to find out which one activate each one separately and check the fuse after trying each one before trying another one.the lighter that blows the fuse you may have to replace the lighter element or the lighter socket to stop the fuse from blowing.
The cigarrette lighter fuse should be located either behind the glove compartment in the fuse holder if there is one, or below the steering wheel behind the dash, just above the accelerator/brake and or clutch pedal. Should be a 10 amp mini fuse (red)
using a test light touch each side of all the fuses one at a time lift seide then right side of fuses. if power on only one side then bad fuse. this fuse should be the same as the radio or acc fuse. also check power to the back of the socket as this connection sometimes burns out.