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2004 alero cig lighters

My cigarette lighters dont work either can you tell me what fuse to look for where its located and what it will say. i swear it would be a big help. respond at daddys_boukatoot@yahoo.com or peachez84@gmail.com

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The fuse is located in the Engine Compartment Fuse Block. Under the hood, drivers side, near the battery. It is a "mini fuse".

If you have an Owner's Manual check on page 5-93/94. It is #34 on the diagram.

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