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No power to the cigarette lighter. which fuse controls the power

Which fuse controls the power to the cigarette lighter? I found the fuses,but cannot determine which one controls the lighter.

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The fuse for the cigarette lighter/accessory is located under the hood on the drivers side. There is a black box close to the firewall with many relays and I believe it is fuse 35?? Unscrew the cover and you will see a number of fuses and on the cover it will list the location of the fuses here.

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Its under the hood #34 the only yellow one in that box. just did it 2 seconds ago

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If you have your owners manual, there should be a section in there about the fuse block and i should tell you which fuses go to what. If you do not have a manual, there should be a listing of the fuses on the inside of the fuse box cover. Hope this helps.

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