I am attempting to install a Bluetooth telephone connection in my 2006 S 430. Got the Cigarette Lighter Compartment out along with the Air Condition Instrument Panel. Don't see where or how to remove the radio. I need to get to the wiring honest that is pluged into the back of the radio. Can you assist me with information?
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get a 9 volt battery and cigarette lighter plug and connect the 9 volts battery positive to the center wire in the cigarette plug and negative to the second wire, then plug it into your cigarette lighter socket, then you can remove the car battery and install the new car battery. good luck :)
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I didn't see the cig lighter mentioned in my online resource, but with my experience on GM vehicles, the under dash driver's side fuse box usually has a cig lighter fuse listed. If not, then you'll have to get a fuse tester and test each and every fuse until you find the burnt out one.
If the fuse is not burnt out, there may be a broken wire behind the console.
In the 2006 Model the Cigarette lighter is located behind the small compartment on the drivers side dashboard left of the steering wheel. Simply lower the compartment door (Fuse box cover) and remove it to access the fuses. Jul 2010
To test if the cig lighter works buy a 12volt test light at radio shack and test the center of the cig lighter to see if you get power there.if you don't then there is a blown fuse somewhere check the fuses in the engine compartment?