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Cigarette lighter won't work in cadillac CTS

MAIN FUSES UNDER HOOD ARE NOT BURNED OUT. NEITHER CIG LIGHTER WORK

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SOURCE: how do you replace the cigarett lighter housing in

if i remember right u must remove the trim around the shifter then work ur way up. the first piece around the shifter has no screews. there are two screews ,easy to see, to remove the next. also if ur having trouble getting the cylinder out of the tray, sometimes it two pieces. their is a cylinder that screws into the piece on the back piece

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You may want to remove the penny from the cigarette lighter...

However it sounds as though you should take another minute or two and check all your fuses and replace the ones affected if any.




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Posted on Jun 25, 2011

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SOURCE: 2003 Cadillac CTS Change cigarette fuse lighter

10_16_2011_1_54_22_am.pngOK, look for the 20 amp fuse that says "I/P OUTLET" and the relay that says CIGAR RELAY in this picture (relay is below the highlighted "HDLP WASH RELAY MINI--OPT"// the fuse is to the right of the highlighted relay.

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SOURCE: 2002 Cadillac DTS- cigarette lighters don't work - fuses OK

The lighter it self is a coil they will burn out. very inexpensive to replace.
But if they all went out at the same time then that's a different issue

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