Question about 2002 Chrysler Sebring
To find the Fuse for your Lighter Take off the Fuse Box Cover ,On the back side of the Cover there will be a Diagram,Showing You Which Fuse goes where and Also Shows you The Proper Amperage,If you Have the User Manual it will also have a Diagram of the Positions of Where Each Fuse Goes.Cigerette Lighter on Some Vehicles Is Marked in Fuse Block as Accesories or Could be a Seperate Fuse for Cigerett Lighter. Hope this Gets your Lighter Working Again. From the WYOCWBOY Vote and that will tell me i solced your Problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cigarette lighter fuse location
The cigarette fuse is located in the battery junction box under the hood, it is fuse # 10 and is a 20A fuse, open the hood and find the box it is on the passenger side towards the back of the compartment, it is 10th in line on the top row, also you can check these fuses without removing them through the clear plastic top so that should make things a little easier too, hope this helps
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
I had exactly same problem. I could not use my GPS or charge my cell phone.
In front of the driver sit, there are actually 2 fuse boxes. You probably found the first one. A second one is located above well hidden. Once you find it, you'll find the fuse you are looking for.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
The fuse for the cigarette lighter is the 15 amp CIG fuse. According to my wiring book, the fuse box is either behind the console, passenger side for US cars, or under the dash, driver side.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
SOURCE: fuse for the cigarette lighter
First off, make sure if you are replacing the fuse yourself, take the keys OUT of the ignition and put them in your pocket!
I'm not 100% sure, but there should be a fuse box under the hood on the driver's side. In the lid of the box after you remove it (or on a label on the top of the box) is usually a diagram showing the location and function of all the fuses in that box. I think it's listed in the manual as being fuse spot F54. If my sources are correct it should be a 20amp (yellow) fuse but always check the recommended fuse replacement by the diagram or in your owner's manual.
A helpful tool to buy from an auto parts store or auto parts section of a wal mart or k-mart, is an automotive fuse puller with extra replacement fuses for your car. If you're unsure of what fuse is the right one, take the old fuse out carefully with needle-nose pliers and take it to the store to compare. If you take out the right fuse, driving with out it should not harm your car in any way (it's broken already).
I hope I could help you find the right fuse box for the cigarette lighter. Good luck, and don't forget to rate! Thank you.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
SOURCE: cigarette lighter doesn't work
before u pull panel, check for 12vdc with voltmeter inside lighter socket. If u have it, then clean contacts and/or replace lighter(not socket, wiring is fine) May save a lot of work. If you don't have voltage are you 100% sure you have right fuse and not the one below, above, or next to it? I still make mistakes with numbered fuses, which number is for which fuse. To make sure I start counting at 1.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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