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If you replace the fuse again and it blows then you have a short somewhere, usually in an accessory you're plugging into it, or in the actual lighter. If it just blew randomly and replacing the fuse fixes the problem then I wouldn't worry about it. Sometimes they blow prematurely.

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If the fuse is fine, check the hot wire leading to the lighter assembly to make sure you're getting power. If no, you've got a short in the wire from your fuse panel to lighter. If you are getting power to the lighter, take your test light and test the contacts on the inside of the lighter. If no power there, then replace lighter assembly. If you are getting power inside your lighter, it works fine, but the accessory you are plugging into it may be defective.

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