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Cigarette lighters blown? (FUSE?)

Old 09-16-2004, 07:02 PM
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I think the cigarette lighters somehow blew in my car. The G-tech no longer works after the fuse for THAT broke into a patriotic spark one morning when I went to plug it in. So I changed the fuse on the G-tech thinking it was blown, still nothing. Then I tried the cig lighter and it wouldn't heat up in either the front or rear lighter. So is there a fuse that blew elsewhere? If so, where is it?
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under the wheel, on the left by the door. Ther is a little cover on it that comes off, it has the diagram for all the fuses on ther. There should be a spare for it.
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Must be something with the g-techs mine did the same thing 2 days ago win pluging in the g-tech.
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I think the fuses on Kyle'* car are in a different spot than ours. But I'd look for the fuse, too. And make sure there'* no debris in either lighter socket.
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