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Trying to determine which fuse on a 1991 GMC Suburban handles the interior lights and lighter socket. Is it a in-line fuse and not on fuse block? Thanks

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Normally it would be in the Fuse block, you should get a fuse tester from a Auto parts store and test the fuses, if you need a Fuse diagram any GMC dealer tipically Parts department can print it out for you.

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