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How do you replace a fuse to the cigarette lighter in a 2004 Highlander. I need it to plug in my ipod adapter. Where is the fuse box?

The end of the ipod adapter came off and caused a spark in the cigarette lighter, which in turn, knocked out my XM radio.

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    How about the 2006 Highlander fuse for cigarette lighter

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The Highlander does have two fuse boxes one in the engine compartment and the other In the Cab. The Second fuse box is where you will find the Fuse to the lighter.
There is a small Door on the left side that Pulls open on the driver sided about knee level. If you Use a flash Light you can see the fuse box behind this pocket door. Open the Door and Pull the pocket door up it should come off easily and you will haves access to the fuses behind it.
replace the 15 amp fuse #23 or the 15 amp fuse on the left sided 2nd down Be sure the check the other 15amp fuse which is 2 below that. That is for the Other cigarette type plug on the passenger side.

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