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The part of the mount that is supposed to be a gooseneck, is a solid rod. There is no way for it to fit in the cigarette lighter and bend to be seen while driving.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
its fuse 46 and it should be a 15 amp according to the manual as i have the same car as you hope this helps
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
The best, SAFEST, and cheapest way to fix anything that has to with your brakes is just replace the brake line.
The brake fluid you're losing doesn't only affect that brake it will affect al four of your brakes and if the leak expands you could mash the peddle one time and have absolutely no brakes at all.
Brake lines aren't that much and it shoud take you under an hour to change it.
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Posted on Sep 14, 2009
Before replacing lighter socket, try gluing it with super glue. Sounds like your only problem is that socket is moving because of broken plastic. Or you can buy aftermarket accessory plugs from autoparts stores and you can get them with up to three outlets for multiple plug ins.
Posted on Jan 07, 2011
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