I believe my fuse is blown for both cigarette lighters in my 2012 Ford Escape what fuse powers the cigarette lighters?
I used a generator to fill my flat tire and the next day tried to use both cigarette lighters to charge my phone and neither was working. I think I may have blown the fuse with the generator. My manuel does not indicate what fuse powers the cigarette lighters
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ford focus 2010 - fuse box located underneath glove box passenger side. two black turn screws - turn 1/4 turn to release white fuse box. Cigaretter lighter fuse is fuse number 109 (difficult to see as white text on white box!!!)
Fuse is 20A fuse located first left on second row as indicated in diagram.
This is most likely not a fuse issue if it is the fuse box under the dash of the drivers side and its unfortunately a process of elimination to find the blown one. However i believe this is more likely to be an issue with the cigarette lighter unit and / or housing. These can be bought and replaced with minimal effort. See you local automotive parts retailer.
either the push in part of the lighter is bad a fuse has blown or the actual socket has burned out. check the fuse first if it is good then get behind the lighter and check to see if there is power to the lighter. if there is then replace the lighter assembly while your there. hope this helps
Fuse box should be located either in the glove compartment, or to your left below stearing wheel. Also check fuses under hood, should be located next to the battery. Double check the GPS, most of them will nox plug into cigarette lighter plug. It could damage the GPS.
If you don't have an owners manual, get a test light and check all your fuses with that. Just ground it to your door hinge, and turn the key on. Touch each side of the silver part of the fuse that shows through the back when it's plugged in. You should have power to both sides. If you don't, that fuse is blown. First thing you should check is your lighter itself. Touch the very center at the bottom of it with your test light to see if there is power. Lot's of times the outside walls of the lighter socket get dirty, and that's all the problem is.