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My back window will not let down and the power lock doesnt work on it. My cigarette lighter wont work. My dome light went out. HOW DO I REPAIR/ REPLACE THESE THINGS

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Check your fuses. Look at your lighter element. A dirty or damaged element could cause shorting that blows the fuse. A new element can be purchased for less than $5. Check your owners manual and see if these items are all powered by the same fuse.

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