Question about 2006 Pontiac G6
Its in the trunk, on the left side. I just had to replace mine yesterday. i think its #20.. but you might want to check. it says on the panel.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
Most vehicles have the fuse diagram either on the back of the panel you removed or in your owners manual. The fuses should have a number beside the fuse slot to identify the fuse, look in your owners manual or wherever the diagram is, if it says cig lighter fuse # 12, then pull fuse 12 and replace it. Note the number is on the fuse blockk, not the number on the fuse itself.
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