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I was replacing a 15A fuse for the cigarette lighter this morning on my Prius 2007 - I pulled a few fuses out looking for the correct fuse that had blown... there were two 15 fuses on the left side of the interior panel under the steering colomn - when I went to drive the car I had apparently pulled and replaced a fuse perhaps on the other coloum that messed up the middle square instrument panel where the Clmiit control - battery schematic, audio, etc. is located... it does not light up now... I don't have the cover with the diagram... so I can't figure out what to do now. Help! Trying to drive home tomorrow... need to fix this!! which fuse is in the wrong place???

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Cell phone chargers commonly blow the fuses at the power points. It seems that our charger adaptors do not match the socket properly, and the positive part of the charger hits the negative of the socket, resulting in a blown fuse. If you have a charger, and it works, leave it in the socket. Don't take it with you. Repeated insertions of the adaptor to the socket magnifies this issue.

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they are fused at 15 amps so the maximum amperage draw would be 15 amps.

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