Question about 1998 Jeep Wrangler
If the fuse it good most likely it is the connection on the back of the lighter plug in.
Try to get access to the back of the the lighter plug in either under the dash or by
removing the console. Check for voltage with a voltmeter or continuity tester.
They usually have a ground and a positive blade style slide on connector. If you have
voltage at the plug in contacts then you may have a bag plug in. You can buy them at
any Auto parts store. They have a sleeve that threads on the back side to keep them in place so installation is very easy, just hold the backside sleeve and unscrew the front with your finger stuck in the plug. Getting to it is the challenge! Good luck
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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