MY CAR LIGHTER STOPPED WORKING!WHERES THE FUSE BOX?
The car lighter stopped working and i cant seem to find the fuse box! can you Please help me locate it so i can replace the fuse so the lighter will work again and also so i can recharge my phones battery while driving! Thanks for your time and help! Tina L.Mindiola
Re: MY CAR LIGHTER STOPPED WORKING!WHERES THE FUSE BOX?
I know in my 2006 dodge stratus there are 2 fuse boxes one under the hood obviously the other is just inside the drivers door on the side of the dash panel. you have to have the door open to get to it it could also be on the passenger side in the same place.
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Your Mazda definitely has a safety fuse controlling the cig. lighter...Review your manual for fuse block location...(sometimes more than one:) the fuse diagraham in the manual should help find the specific fuse...labeled cig. lighter...:) You may find some extra fuses in your glove box kit...if not, they are available at most Auto Parts stores...
I had the same problem. The fuse for the accessory plugs are not in the fuse box above the drivers feet it is in the group of fuses just above it. The owners manual describes it as location #16. It is a 15v fuse.
Your post is just a tad bit confusing. In most cars these days they have a ciggarette lighter as well as a power port or two.
Is your cigarette light port and your power port, in your eyes, the same thing? If yes, and you've checked the fuse and "it appears to be fine" then I would say that you have a short in your wiring that for some reason isn't tripping the fuse. Unlikely though.
I believe in one car I worked on had two different fuses that went to the ciggarette ligher. Maybe just maybe you have a few different fuses running your ports and you checked some of the fuses but not all of them.
Most cars have fuse boxes in the following locations: Engine Bay, Glove Box, Drivers or passengers side kick panel, trunk.
The most likely spots to check for a fuse box is to the left of your legs while sitting in the drivers seat and underneath the hood.