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Old 05-07-2011, 09:39 PM   #1
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Which fuse is for the cigarette lighter/12v to the right of the radio? It's not listed in my manual):
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Which fuse is for the cigarette lighter/12v to the right of the radio? It's not listed in my manual):
Page 321 or 322 has the locations. I am pretty sure it is number 21 a 20 amp fuse. It is a new style I am not sure of the type. Look under the hood you will see a fuse panel pull it and take it to the parts house and get it checked and replaced.
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It is in the manual. Sorry don't know the # offhand, but it is certainly in the manual. It might be called a powerpoint.
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It is in the manual. Sorry don't know the # offhand, but it is certainly in the manual. It might be called a powerpoint.
110 powerpoint listed but not 12v
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Look again please, and closer. Try auxiliary powerpoint instrument panel maybe or something like that.
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Look again please, and closer. Try auxiliary powerpoint instrument panel maybe or something like that.
in the engine compartment .. cigar lighter .. sry was told not to bother looking there
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Ok, glad you found it.

The manual can be your friend . . .
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Ok, glad you found it.

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or a pain in the
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Ok, glad you found it.

The manual can be your friend . . .
I had reached the point of staring at the manual for too long I think and was ready to burn "my friend"(;

FWIW I found that it wasn't the "Cigar lighter" fuse (#22) it was one labeled "Auxiliary power point (inside center console)" fuse #65... don't know where my cigar lighter is yet
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