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It is actually a Holden Jackaroo. Though I believe it is very similar. Never-the-less, the cigarette lighter is not functioning and it is used constantly for a small fridge I use to keep my insulin refridgerated as I am driving and occasionally when I am camping. I have replaced the lighter assembly and the problem persists... any help would be appreciated.

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  • Jeremy Paul Jul 30, 2008

    I replaced the old cigarette lighter with a new one, chanaged the fuse, verified power going to the fuse box at that location and still there is no power when an item is plugged into the cigarette lighter... i am confused... the leads from the fuse box to the cigarette lighter could not be located so I am unsure if there is a break in the line but it is unlikely as everything sits behind the dash line.

  • Jeremy Paul Jul 30, 2008

    oh, one more thing holden is a GM vehicle in Australia, it is very similar in body style to the blazer I had there the S-15 I think is what it was.

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