Question about 2008 Nissan Rogue
The power outlet/lighter area has been "shifty" for a long time, (since purchase in 2008), but the middle of the outlet actually came out today, so now does not function at all. I do believe the entire unit needs replacement. Is this something I can repair with an OEM part (need the #) at home, or something best suited for a local mechanic? (I do have one I trust, but really don't want to be spending several hundred dollars I don't have on this repair...) Any help is truly appreciated!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sorry I wasnt able to locate fuse diagram but safe bet and for sure solution my advice is to purchase a repair manual for any vehicle you own ex:haynes or chiltons will do from local parts store for about $20.00 or on ebay.com or direct from haynes or chiltons sorry I searched for awhile nothing online I could find I'll keep trying though and check back if I get anything.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
SOURCE: Ciggarte lighter and back seat
Thanks Chicken Dave.
The fuse grid is located under the driver's dash just above the hood release lever. You'll need to pull out accessories tray to get to it. Use a needle nose plier or similar to pull the fuse (mini fuse, small and flat) and put it back in.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
If you have a 12v test light you can test each fuse in the fuse box. Connect the test light cable to a good ground. Turn ignition to on/run position and using the test light probe, touch one side of a fuse and then the other side. Test light should light on both sides of the fuse. If it only lights on one side of a fuse then that fuse is blown. It says the amp rating on the fuse. Check all fuses, as there could be more than one fuse blown. Replace fuses with the same rating as the blown fuse. If you don't have a test light, you can get one at any auto parts store or even WalMart has them. Shouldn't be more than 4 or 5 dollars. Hope this helps . Good luck.
Posted on May 23, 2009
there are 3 fuses that operate that. #42 (15 amp) power socket, #18 (10 amp) power socket relay (power socket only operates with key on) and #23 (15 amp ) Cig lighter, key on.... have you checked all 3 fuses??
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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