Question about 1997 Ford Taurus
I have a 97 Ford Taurus and use the cigarette lighter as a power source for my IPOD. The fuse burnt out and I want to replace it on my own. I lost my manual, so I need to know "Which fuse is for the cigarette lighter"
The Fuse bank is located just under the steering wheel next to the park brake. The cover has a diagram on which fuse is for cigar It should be at least a 20 amp fuse. You can pull it out with a pair of needlenose pliers and replace with a new one.
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You can get a .pdf version of the 2001 Ford Taurus Owner's Manual at: http://owner.ford.com/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=Owner/Page/OwnerGuidePage&year=2001&make=Ford&model=Taurus
It has instructions and guides for finding and replacing the fuses in a 2001 Ford Taurus. It starts on page 146-147.
Always use the specific Owner's Manual for the correct Model Year of a Ford or Mercury vehicle. I recently purchased a 2001 Ford Taurus, and had thought that I could use the Owner's Manual from a 1999 Mercury Sable from a friend. BUT, I figured out that each model year can be very different (before any serious damage happened.) Good luck.
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