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I plugged somthing in my cigarette lighter and the radio stopped working i checked the fuses but still nothing what do i do?

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Check under the hood there is also a fuse box there with a fuse for that

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SOURCE: Cigarette lighter

It is fuse #14 in the "under-dash" fuse box. It will be a blue, 15amp fuse. b1e1e43.jpg 9986d75.jpg a93fc31.jpg ed18ac3.jpg

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SOURCE: cigarette plug not working

Hi, the plug is kept in place with a nut that fits on the back of the plug. You will need to take the panel out in order to get to the nut. Before you replace the plug, on the back of the plug, you should see a grayish type of washer where the power cable connection is mounted. If you take that washer out, the plug should work again.

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SOURCE: CHANGED THE FUSES FOR THE CIGARETTE LIGHTER. ON

Your charger, if it is a cell phone charger, has a fuse in it also.

Posted on Oct 15, 2009

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SOURCE: The cigarette lighter is not working but fuse is

Hello, try plugging something else into your cigaret lighter and see if it worgs EG: mobli phone charger. If it works it means that you need to replace your cigaret lighter. I hope this helps.

Posted on Nov 07, 2009

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SOURCE: My accessory sockets (cigarette lighter) are not

It's fuse # 25 a 15 amp. There is a relay in this circuit and the ignition switch must be on or accessory. By the way, sometimes what you are trying to plug in just doesn't make good contact.

Posted on Dec 19, 2009

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I wish I had a dollar for every time I have heard "All fuses are OK" or "I already checked the fuse" or "I know it's not the fuse"....I'd be a rich man!

When cigarette lighters quit working, 99% of the time the fuse is blown because someting got plugged into it like a defective phone charger. The other 1% of the time, it is because the lighter element is burned out or somebody essed with the wires to the cigarette lighter trying to install some kind of aftermarket equipment.

Humor me and check Fuse #9 (20 Amp) in the passenger side fuse and relay box.


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