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2007 dodge nitro fuse box diagram

Aux power/ cigarette lighter fuse blew, need to know the location of the fuse.

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: I need a fuse diagram for a 2007 dodge caliber!

your best bet is to turn your key on and check all of the fuses with a test light if you have a blown fuse you will have power on one side and nothing on the other side of the fuse ,some fuses will show nothing on either side that might be a spare fuse or a circuit not turned on at the time

Posted on Aug 08, 2009

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shannon martin

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SOURCE: front power outlet cigarette lighter

with a test light and the ignition key on test these two fuses. on the little metal that sticks out on the fuse on both sides please test both sides.


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Posted on May 07, 2011

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: Need to replace the fuse for the cigarette lighter

The fuse for the cig. lighter will probably be located in the underhood fuse box, when you remove the cover look on the inside of the cover to see where the cig. lighter fuse is located. Check to see if fuse is blown and replace as necessary. There is a small possibility that the cig. lighter fuse is also used on another accessory circuit, so check to see if there are any other accessories that are not working too.

Posted on Dec 03, 2008

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Theodore Warren

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SOURCE: need to replace fuse for cigarette lighter on 2007

if you look under your dash on the drivers side, you should find a little door or hatch. after you open it look on the back of the door for a diagram of the fuses...one should be labeled for the lighter, or accessory power outlet. use a pair of needle nose pliers to pull the bad fuse and push in the new one.

Posted on Feb 23, 2011

eric madden

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SOURCE: 97 Dodge Stratus cigarette lighter fuse. Which one is it?

it usually runs on the same fuse as the radio & interior light which is the accessories fuse, if these two things still work you may have another problem with the wiring,you might need to pull the lighter out & check the wiring.....hope this helps.....cheers

Posted on Aug 02, 2010

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