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Cigarette lighters not working in 1995 Ford Mustang

I have 2 cigarette lights and neither of them work. I just got this vehicle back from someone while I was away and now they do not work. I have looked at the fuse diagram for 94 - 95 mustang fuse box diagram and it didn't mention a fuse for the cigarette lighters. I checked all the fuses and none of them looked bad. Any suggestions? Thank you for your time!

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This fuse is located in the under fuse box, it is a 30 amp fuse and is marked cigar lighter.

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