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Cigarette lighter socket not working

Hi my cigarette lighter is not working and i think it may be a fuse ? but dont know where the fuse is and what number or sign it is , i have a toyota celica 2001 vvtli-190 .

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Derek

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The fuse for the cigarette lighter is the 15 amp CIG fuse. According to my wiring book, the fuse box is either behind the console, passenger side for US cars, or under the dash, driver side.

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