Question about Ford Mustang
You can check with a volt meter and see if you in fact have 12 volts going to the cigarette lighters. if there is no voltage there you can trace the wires from the lighters and see where on the fuse box they are connected to and see if they were just wired wrong. could also be a bad ground wire or a disconnected ground wire. I have seen some cars that someone has installed a new radio or something and cut the main ground wire to these accessories by accident. again, trace the wires out and this should tell you what is going on. you can also run your own hot and ground wire to the lighters and fuse them to a spare fuse at the box. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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