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Re: my radio & cig ligither just went out
The fuse that you are looking for is not under the hood.
Open the coin tray on the left side of the driver's side of the dash. Lift it up, to defeat the clips that hold it in. There you will see the dash fuses. The fuse Identification is on the back of the coin box.
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Its generally labelled the cig fuse in the drivers door pillar fuse panel. Some models have 2 fuses the other marked aux for the optional power outlets. It should be in the same panel. Later models are under the hood fuse panel (still marked cig).
F28, and is clearly marked, CIGAR.
and runs the radio, notice radio is now dead.
do not use high powered chargers in the cig fuse socket.
over 10amps and it blows, and never a battery pack. there. ever
the cab fuse box,
open the glove box
take out the operators guide, turn to index, see fuses.
go to fuse page , see CIGAR fusS, f28
f25 IS WIPERS /WASTER FOR NEXT POST.
The 15 amp dome fuse is in the fuse box under the hood and the 15 amp CIG fuse is in the lower finish panel up under the dash on the drivers side. These are needed for the radio. The above fuses plus the 15 amp Gauge fuse in the box with the dome fuse under the hood are needed for the clock.
I also have clock removal instructions at my website www.autoclockrepair.com
you have checked the fuse box check thre accessory fuse , they bundle up all your items in one fuse is usually a 25 amp fuse. there might be another fuse box under the hood do some searching and use a test light to see if the fuses are good or bad.