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Power Outlet Fuse

My ashtray power outlet fuse keeps blowing. What amp micro fuse can I use to replace a power outlet fuse?

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  • Anonymous Aug 27, 2008

    I need to find the fuse box and what fuse I would need to change on my father in-laws 2002 Lasabre for his cigarette lighter. He cannot find his manual.

  • Anonymous Aug 27, 2008

    My father in law has a 2002 LaSabre. No manual....I need to know where and which fuse to change for his cigarette lighter

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It must be shorting out,dont put a bigger fuse than you have because youre going to have an electrical fire,instead check the wires to the outlet if ok just replace the outlet

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