There's one under the hood and one right next to the left of where your left foot would be in the driver seat as for the diagram i would suggest going to an auto store and asking for a print out they'll give you a free one if you buy the part from them. the lighter should be in the fuse box under the hood
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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.
check the owners manual to see if it gives you a fuse diagram. if not check in the fuse box where you open it, it might have a diagram as well. if not, call an oldsmobile dealer and ask them, they should have electrical records
If you have the owner's manual there will be a fuse diagram in it, if not, try going to napaonline.com and do a search for the diagram. If you plan on keeping the vehicle a while a Haynes or Chilton's manuals are good investments and will also have the fuse box diagrams.
In the Engine Compartment Fuse Block, this is located on the driver's side of the engine compartment, near the battery... check Position 9 for REAR DEFOG (Mini Relay) and Position 34 (Mini Relay) for ACC POWER OULETS and CIGAR LIGHTER.