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I was using an air compressor to fill the tires on a 1998 Subaru Outback Limited -- with seat heaters. I have checked all three locations for a blown fuse, under the hood, the left wall under the dash and by removing the lower instrument panel cover. None are bad. Neither the "cigarette lighter" not the service outlet in the back work. The seat heaters don't work either. Where is the fuse?

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Did you check the passenger side kick panel? Drivers side up under dash?

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