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I'm trying to see if the fuse is blown for my cig. lighter.

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So check the fuses, it may be listed as an accessory outlet but their should be a diagram either on the fuse door or in your owners manual.

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Get a multi-meter. Put it on ohms setting. Zero the setting by connecting the ends together, and turning the dial to set to zero. Now, in the fuse box, locate the cig. fuse, see owners manual, and touch the ends of the meter to the fuse. One end to one side, the other to the other side. If good, the meter will go to zero. If not. replace the fuse.

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