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Cigarrtte lighter and extra power ports are dead

1998 toyota tacoma 4cyl.
aux. power ports ( 2 of them) and cig. lighter are not working. checked fuses under dash and under hood. seemed fine but replaced them any way. the 2 extra power ports have not worked since i bought the truck 3 yrs. ago. however, the cig. just quit working when i had a tire pump hooked up to inflate a low tire. it looks like there are a few relays in the fuse box under the hood, did i fry one of those possibly? any thoughts are much appreciated.

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CHECK THE FUSE FOR CIG. LIGHTER

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