Question about Cars & Trucks
I presume you mean the socket is faulty as its lighter part is only good for lighting things to smoke.
The normal fault is a fuse blown or it may use a relay which may be damaged, so check your fuse box or locate a manual to determine if a relay is used. If you mean the back of the socket has burnt out through heat etc then for its correct one its a visit to Honda or there are universal fitting types at car part stores with a bit of work behind its dashboard or fixture panel.
Hope this helps.........
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