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Check your fuses. Any other lights, etc. that are not working? Usually the cigarette lighter is on the same circuit as the interior lights. Also check to see if it has come unplugged. Sometimes a piece of metal (gum wrapper, coin) might end up in the lighter cavity and cause the fues to blow. Owner's manual should help locate fuse box(es). Might be in more than one location...

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