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Just lost power to lighter -

Plugged in 12v car heater in lighter - think fuse blew. No power to
lighter now. looked at fuses in side panel. Seem ok. Where is there
another fuse. Checked in engine. Found fuse box. None were listed
as lighter fuse. Box was behind battery.

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May be labeled (acc)essories, or power ... ? That's one good reason for spending $5-$10 on a good 12volt test light. Then you simply touch light on tabs of fuses & you know. Especially when fuse panels aren't always what they say they are.

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These Car Heaters will blow the Fuse or Burn the Hot wire to the Lighter every time. They were never Tested Properly for todays cars. Remove the Lighter and check the wires that go to the Lighter. Get a Flashlight and check the Fuses REALLY Close.

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