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Make sure the battery is good. U can charge it and disconnect it from car overnight and see if it works the next day. If it is still fine then the car has a drain. If no good, then the battery is bogus and cannot hold a charge.
U have something in wiring that is draining the battery after shutdown. Need an ammeter. Hook it up to the battery and wait about a half hour. Then notice draw on meter. Start removing fuses until you locate the line that is responsible for the draw. Then check out each and every item on that trunk line.
99 percent of the time it does mean a charging problem such as the alternator. There is a place that you can look to see is a fuse is blown that would cause this in you car. It is in the fuse panel located in the engine compartment (see picture below) and it is a 30 amp mini fuse and is located in the number 26 position in the fuse panel (see other picture for layout diagram). This is for the generator and would cause you not to charge as well as make the battery light come on. It may be the alternator but I would check this first. I hope this helps you and good luck.
check fuse #47 in the fuse box under the on the drivers side near the windshield. you will see two rows of fuses on in the back and one in the front. locate the row of all small fuses next to the relays. The fuse there are #'s 43-52.. fuse 46 is amber 40A, fuse 47&48 are blue 15A. check there first as that is the most likely cause for the cigar lighter not to work. If the fuse is good then the lighter will probably need replacing.
A blown fuse is by far the most common cause for your problem. Locate
the fuse block and look for a fuse labeled "cig lit" or something
similar. It is most likely a 10amp fuse. Remove the fuse and check the
element. If it is broken replace it with a fuse of the same amperage.
-Starter bad( or solenoid)
-Voltage regulator( located on inside of the fender on driver side)
-200 Amp breaker fuse (located in the back of the motor)
Hope I could be of help
Not fuse related. I would say he may have blown something. I would go to a auto parts store and do a charging test, chances are your alternator is bad or you have a loose battery cable from the alternator
One easy way to see if the alternator is charging is to take a screwdriver, and hold it close to the center of the back of the alternator, where the shaft would be located inside, the alternator should work a s magnet, and draw the screwdriver to it, if not your alternator is not charging.