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Ciggertte lighter and power point

I have a 2006 ford free star and the ciggerette lighter and the other power suplyer up in the front of my van were not working so i was told to replace them since the macanic didnt think it was the fuse since the van passed emmissions well the new ones d not work eather what could be the problem

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Im no pro or anything but this did happen to me and it was my fuse could not tell you which one though

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