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I have 2005 Silverado. I tried to get an inspection, but the tech said that the diagnostic module is not reposding/working. He said that this connection is usually linked to the cigarette lighter(s), but after checking the schematic of the fuse panel I cannot find the fuse that controls the cigarette lighters. Can you give an idea?

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The cig lighter fuse will be the same as interior lights.










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  1. Visually inspect for obvious signs of mechanical and electrical damage.


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