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The lighter elements go bad a lot, you can get them at any auto store. If it's the socket (The female part), and your navigation doesn't get power from it, you can also replace it if it looks rusty or damaged. First make sure your fuse is good to it. If yes, you need to get at the socket where you will see two wires connecting to it. One is a ground, and the other is positive from your battery. If you have 12 to 14 volts between these, your socket is bad!
Just buy a cigarette lighter socket and install it yourself.
Supply it from the vehicle +12V accessory power; don't forget to also connect 0V (ground) to the socket metal frame.
Accessory power is normaly used on the vehicle to power heater fans, radios etc.
I am not that familiar with peugeot's but. You can buy a test light for cheap or construct one if you have the parts. And most cars have a fuse box inside the car and another one outside under the hood.
At the least you can pull each fuse at a time and check if thier burnt out.
Also check to see if there's a foreign object (like a coin) in the cig lighter socket.