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Cigarette lighter stopped working - front and rear

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Hi,
find the fuse box(maybe on the inside by the front door hinge) and usually on the inside of the cover is the diagram for the fuses, usually the cig lighter and the horn are on the same fuse, use a pair of needle nose pliers or a puller and to replace it, if it pops right when you put the fuse in you have a short somewhere your going to have to figure out why its doing that. if it pops when you push the lighter in the lighter has shorted and you have to get a new one or go to the junkyard for an exact replacement. Hunting down shorts is usually pretty extensive to do but you can try. Buy the Haynes or Chilton book for the car and begin troubleshooting with a multimeter set at DC20v. I would start at the socket you use the most. study how your dash goes together, or how the rear part comes undone in the back, look for areas of soot or charring. If its too overwhelming take it to an auto electric guy in your area, avoid the dealership unless its still under warranty$ good luck
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