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What # fuse would be for the cigerete lighter?

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Hi,
I think the fuse is in location #8

Posted on Jan 04, 2011

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Are you sure, the fuse size is recommended for that radio? If so, check to see if your connection is shorting or grounding out, that will blow fuses like they're going out of style.

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Under the dash.

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left drivers kick panel area, 25 amps.

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SOURCE: cigeret lighter and power outlet

They are all powered by the same wire attached to the same fuse - check the fuse, if it's ok then the wire to which it's attached is disconnected, put it back.

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SOURCE: no cigeret lighter cant plug anything in.Where is

THERE ARE TWO FUSE BOXES, ONE UNDERNEATH THE HOOD AND ONE ON THE DRIVERS SIDE UNDERNEATH THE STEERING WHEEL AREA YOU HAVE TO GET IN THE FLOOR BOARD AND LOOK UP AND THERE SHOULD BE A COVER WITH A FEW SCREWS AND YOU HAVE TO UNSCREW THEM AND THE FUSE BOX SHOULD BE LOCATED UNDER THERE.

Posted on Jan 08, 2011

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