Question about 1993 Saturn SL2
The lighter is on the same fuse as the locks. If you are looking at the fuse panel inside of the vehicle if is the right-most one in the bottom row. It is a 20 amp fuse.
There seems to be a contact issue common with these vehicles where, without being corrected, this fuse blows quit frequently. I usually suggest finding a skilled friend or mechanic that is able to track it down and fix it for good. Outside of that carrying a fuse tester (usually runs about $3 at most auto parts stores and are very easy to use) and a pack of 20 amp fuses in your glove box is a good idea.
Honestly, owning a fuse tester with any vehicle is a handy idea :)
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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