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I blew a fuse for the front cigarette lighter hookingb up a radio where is the fuse for the lighter

I hooked up a radio anmd blew a fuse and dash gauges arent working and the radio or heater controls arent working i cant find a bad fuse so whats wrong

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A bad fuse ...keep looking .....otherwise the main acc power/ or ground to all those dash areas has been cut or compromised...retrace your steps backwards

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