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Old 09-06-2012, 12:22 AM   #1
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hey all glad to be here over the weekend we bought a 98 lumina with 27,000 miles on it. it'* sweet, the only problem is the lighter don't work i looked for the fuse tonight but no luck figured that would be the place to start. anybody know where it is.
this isn't my only GM i also have 29001 astro needs motor after nasty overheat,most likley gonna sell it then we have my toy a 1974 camaro that sits in my garage in peices at the time.
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oops don't know why i put bought we were actually given the car!
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gm doesnt name their fuses well. they usually put them in the panel in the interior, you could just check them with a meter till you find one blown
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Fuse #1, top left, just below the circuit breakers. Controls instrument panel and console lighters.
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