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Need to know which fuse number or position is for the cigarette lighter

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  • jmartin1980 Aug 05, 2010

    I don't have owners manual or anything

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LOOK IN GLOVE COMPARTMENT FOR FACTORY OWNERS MANUAL.IT HAS FUSES AND RELAYS LOCATIONS.

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  • Jonah Oneal Aug 05, 2010

    CIGARETTE LIGHTER SHARE SAME FUSE WITH THE CONTROL PANEL FOR RADIO LIGHTS AND HEATER AC SWITCH.IF THEY WORKING CIGARETTE LIGHTER COULD BE DEFECTIVE.

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