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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That's where a $5.00, 12 volt test light comes in handy. All you have to do then is touch tip on ends of fuses to see if they are good or not. No pulling fuses and no head scratching wondering which one it might be. If you have power on one side, but not the other, you found the blown fuse. It certainly is not uncommon to find the bad fuse, labeled wrong, or added in with something else that makes no sense at all.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
There are 2 possible areas. 1 is the fuse box beside your left foot. 2 would be in the engine compatment on the right.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
A good thing to check to see if it's just a fuse is try your external mirrors to see if they move, they work off the same fuse as the lighter.
If it is a fuse, and if you are in Australia then the fuse box is next to the drivers right knee area, In America, then next to their left knee. There is also a fusible link built into some cigarette lighters, mine has one. When it blew, the auto electrician was able to resolder the link and get me going again until I could buy a new lighter.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
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