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Old 02-01-2012, 11:57 PM   #1
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Question Cig Lighter No Power Fuse Location #?

Sorry have not got a manual yet...No power at CIG lighter.
Anyone Know where the fuse panel for the cigarette lighter is located?
The Number of the fuses/fuse to find/check for this 1997 Park Ave would be helpful.
I have only found one cig lighter/ or accessory plug in car, if there is more than one I have not found them, where to look?
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on my bonne the panel would be over the drivers feet its probably that one.
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I discovered the body fuse panel is located under the rear seat. Just pull up along the bottom of seat and it snaps upwards easily. Once you remove the fuse panel plastic cover you will see the listing of contained fuses as image below.
As the front cig lighter is fuse #22. The rear doors also have lighters fuse # 26 & 27.
My Front # 22 (15 amp) was blown and once replaced all is well.
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theres a lighter in each rear door (as you mentioned) one in the ashtray, and one on the front of the drivers seat, under your right leg. works well for charging your phone in your lap lol.
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Yes Thanks for pointing to the extra acc socket on the face of front driver'* seat.
I only found the extra acc 1 hour ago, it has a rubber cap still on it. It works as well!
I wonder what fuse that circuit is on? Front 22? or rear? 15 amp I suppose.
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i think its on its own.. my girlfriend tried to plug in a crappy ipod charger that blew my fuses in all my cig lighters, but the one under the seat i charge my phone with still works. my best guess is its the seat fuse.
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Seat fuse...ha..ha
I think according to the owner'* manual it is 25 amp #8 under rear seat Aux Outlet
(2 in Cn), Aux Outlet (1 in St)
Or AUXOTLT in my image above.
Is there an AC outlet in the trunk for CN (canada) ?? have to pull the stuff in trunk and have a look!
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no ac outlet in mine... infact i didnt even know they came with them haha. ive got my trunk completely gutted because of a leak and i didnt even see where it would go.
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