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Cigarette lighter fuse is in the trunk, left side, fuse #20 , yellow one.
Chevy Malibu Classic The fuse for the cigarette lighter and outlet is in the black box under hood in front of driver, location #34 replaced with #20 yellow fuse
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Possibly the wire has come loose. This happens a lot with lighters! Try putting your finger in ( it won't hurt you, and you won't get electrocuted ), and turning the insides in a clock-wise direction . You will feel the whole lighter tighten up. If this doesn't help, turn it in an anti-clockwise direction. This will take the socket out of the car. Check that the two wires on the back of the lighter are firmly connected. Then put the lighter back in, and hopefully it's OK.