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2000 vw beetle cigarette lighter not working, I replaced fuse 41 I think which was blown but still not luck

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  • mflynn555 Jul 15, 2009

    actually I was not using the lighter I was charging my phone through a dc to ac converter and it blew the fuse
    I replaced the fuse but still there is no power to the lighter 12v output is not there
    are there any other fuses I should check ?

  • SHERI SCHMID Oct 14, 2012

    does your back one work, the one in the trunk? because thats what happened to mine and idk how to get them to work again

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Try a new lighter. The element might be bad.

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