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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i just had to change mine. It is under the hood, on the passenger side. Its located in a black box that has either a lightning bolt on it, or says fuses. the box is near the battery if that helps. When you open it, it will be labeled as "Auxilery Power" or "Aux Power"on the diagram located on the inside of te box. It is a single fuse. It was confusing on mine because there were two things labeled "10", but it will be a thin, probabily yellow fuse that says 25 on it. Dont get it confused with the big square grey thing on the left side. You might even have a spare fuse if you check the diagram.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
SOURCE: I have 2 cigarette lighters
have you tried both the one in the ashtray and the other side of the console and they both will blow the fuse
if so what ever you are plugging in is shorted
try a known good cigarette lighter or something that works in another vehicle
hope this helps let me know
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
SOURCE: i need to know where
there are two fuse boxes. And the interior has a few diff locations. Open the driver door and look at the end of the dash there should be a door there. If not there look on the passenger side for the same thing and if not there its under driver side of dash. If you find the panel and fuses are ok look under the hood near battery probably under the support brace that runs above it and you will prob find a bad one in there. Also after you find it and before you replace the fuse its a good idea to look and make sure there isnt any change in either of the sockets. That happens alot. If not the either you were drawing to much, a plug for something you plugged in is bad or the least common and unlikely is that the fuse was just old.
Posted on Dec 27, 2010
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