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    Default Cigar lighter fuse

    I need to replace the fuse to my cigar lighter. I have checked the manual diagram and the fuse they call out is good. This happened a year ago and I had a repair shop replace it and don't know what fuse they replaced.

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    I'd A) Check all the fuses, then B) try replacing the socket and the lighter element. I've seen the sockets burn out on other vehicles from too many amps being drawn through the circuit.

    John B.

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    Hope that helps. Please let us know.

    John B.

    Sent from my moto g(7) supra using Tapatalk

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    I believe the cigarette lighter fuse also controls the home link circuit to the visor.

    Bill

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