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Ford Windstar Cigarette lighter

My dash lighter quite working but the other front recepticle still works. I don't know if it's a fuse issue or not. Can the cig. lighter be replaced easily?

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Cig lighter you can change it easy you have to hold the inner piece with our hand and the piece inside the ashtray you have to turn it conter clock wize with our finger or pliers our dash light if all light were working good and all of a sudden it stop working check the fuses

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