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Can you read the diagram? I haven't looked at your owners manual fuse boxes to see if you have cigar relay? Either way should work, In the diagram, the orange wire is voltage, black wire is ground for both the cigar lighter and/or auxiliary power outlet. Note the fuses.
Does your cigar lighter work? If so maybe something wrong with your charger?
My wiring database won't have anything on a vehicle this new. So I can't track the cigar lighter wiring circuit. Check your fuse box lid, see if it has a label for which fuse does what, then check the cigar fuse. I looked at your owners manual, not any help. Hopefully your fuse box is labeled.
You could go to your local dealer ship, talk to the service department, see if they will give you a print-out of your fuse box, so you will know which fuse does what.
probably the throttle position sensor,but also could have jumped time.i would take the T.P.S. out and check the resistance,i am not sure what the correct resistance is for that model but you can find out at the parts store.
Visually inspect horn make sure its not corroded and wiring is on it tight. Then use a voltmeter and when horn button is depressed 12v should register on the meter. If 12v are there and horn doesn't sound the horn is defective. If 12v does not make it there then its either the relay or clock spring (located inside steering wheel) most likely. A visual inspection should pretty much do it with the clock spring (corrosion ,wear of contacts). Relay must have B+ going to it at all times and coming out only when horn is depressed. good luck
This is a fuse problem, check the fuse, it will either be marked lighter or power point, the fuse box is to the left of the steering column it has a plastic cover over it, inside the cover the fuses will be marked on a diagram. If the fuse blows again the cigar lighter is shorted, you will have to replace it, most times the lighter element is the problem and not the well it fits into.