What is the fuse number for the front cigarette lighter in a landrover freelander 2?
f45 in the engine compartment, there is a spare on the top of the lid
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Answer . The fuse for the cigarette lighter is located in your vehicle's fuse box, along with fuses for the rest of the electrical system. You may need to refer to your manual to find the exact location of the fuse box, but it can usually be found either on the driver's side near the steering co…lumn under the dash board, or near the battery itself inside your engine compartment. Fuses come in two basic styles; most commonly are blade fuses (color coded plastic fuses with two metal "fins" on either side that plug in) or sometimes glass tube fuses that have metal caps on either end. (Some newer vehicles are using "mini" blade fuses which look the same as a typical blade fuse, but is smaller in size.) Both types of fuses provide an area in between the metal terminals where you can view the fuse wire. If its missing or broken, you've got a blown fuse! First look in your fuse box to see if the fuses are labelled (they usually are) and your cigarette lighter will either be labelled as such, or possibly labelled as "accessory." Worst case scenario you will have to pop out fuses until you find one that is blown, and replace that one. A cigarette lighter/accessory lead fuse is usually 15A, and will typically be colored blue. There are usually a number of spare fuses attached to the lid of the fuse box, and if you find a matching one you can simply replace it with the spare. Otherwise, you'll want to take the blown fuse to a local electronics or automotive store and purchase one with the same rating (don't worry, they only cost a few cents!) When choosing a replacement, make sure the current rating is exactly the same, eg, 15A. The current rating should be clearly displayed on the fuse. If a voltage rating is also given, make sure it is for at least 14V (most fuses will have ratings far above 14V, as 200V are quite common.) Using a current rating that is too small will not harm your electrical system and might work (say, you only have a 10A spare available to replace a 15A), this will work in a pinch, but it may cause the fuse to prematurely blow again. In no cases should you use a replacement fuse with a higher rating however! Using a replacement fuse for more than its rated will allow more current to flow than the system was designed for and can cause damage to your electrical system or present a fire hazard. (MORE)
it's in the trunk by the spare tire (fuse #18). just found it myself. shane
Answer . Open passenger side door. There is a fuse box against the side of the dashboard. The cigarrette lighter fuse is in the 3rd column of fuses (including the big heavy duty fuses) and should be the 3rd from the top (15amp).
it is in the luggage compartment #5 a 25 amp fuse go to the store and buy a package ( $2.50 for 5) as they do not give you a spare of that size. It is listed as " cigar lighter" and it burns out pretty easy so the package of 5 is nice
According to the owner's manual it is # 17 fuse / a 25 amp fuse / for the. cigarette lighter on your 1997 Ford Explorer (Helpfull)
According to the 2002 Ford Explorer Owner Guide : Under the instrument panel on the drivers side : ( # 24 is a 15 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter and OBD II )
In many cars, the cigar lighter and the car's horn are on the same electrical circuit. This is done as neither horn nor lighter would ever be used constantly while traveling.
( # 3 ) - 20 amp - for cigar lighter , OBD - II scan tool connector
it is in the fuses box inside the vehicle i belive it is # 17 and is 25amp
It's located in the fuse box. Check you manuel and it will tell you where exactly. some fuses are located under the dash on the driver side, also under the hood.
Drivers side kick panel you will see the fuse panel remove the cover the cigarette lighter fuse is the 2nd fuse from the bottom 2nd row. 15 amp fuse (Blue)
fuse # 17 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigar lighter , Data Link Connector ( DLC )
The shop manual did not give the correct information for our XJ8. My son found the correct information in the Jaguar XJ8 Vehicle Care Handbook that was in the glove box in our Jaguar. On page 4-20 Roadside emergency service - Luggage Compartment Fuse Box - lists Fuse Number 5 as the Cigar lighters C…ircuit. It is a 25 amp fuse. It located in the trunk (the boot) on the passenger side under the trunk floor carpeted panel. You need to pull up and out the larger trunk floor panel first. Then you will be able to access and remove the panel that houses the Fuse Box and the car's battery. Remove the top cover of the fuse box and on the inside of the cover you will find the list of fuses and the circuit they cover. By the way, this question was also answered in Cigarette Lighters, Jaguar XK8 section of WikiAnswers webpage. here is question title: What fuse box and fuse number is for the cigarette lighter in a 2001 Jaguar XJ8? Here is the answer: it is in the luggage compartment #5 a 25 amp fuse go to the store and buy a package ( $2.50 for 5) as they do not give you a spare of that size. It is listed as " cigar lighter" and it burns out pretty easy so the package of 5 is nice. Below is my original answer to this topic question which is incorrect, but maybe useful if you need to locate a fuse in these other fuse boxes. There 2 fuseboxes located in the rear seating area (1 on each side of the rear seat). The Cigarette Lighter fuse is in the heelboard fuse box- right hand side. This fusebox is located under the front of the rear seat on passenger side section. The heelboard is a panel between the bottom front of the right rear seat cushion and the floor carpet. You have to loosen the round plastic fastener located near the top center of the panel by turning it 90 degrees and pulling the panel forward. (MORE)
I think it's located in the Right-hand Heelboard fuse box which is down behind your heels, if sitting in the right rear seat. F14 (fuse) 25A (amps) . --- I can confirm the above; I've just replaced the same fuse ---
( # 41 ) - 20 amp mini fuse - cigar lighter , diagnostic connector power according to. the owners manual
If its a Ford you have, click on "Ford repair site" under "Related links" below.
The fuse is F68 situated at the far left of the fuse board behind the glove box.. You will find 3 slots to this fuse, you will still use a mini fuse (15amp) however, if you place the fuse in the top and central slots the cigarette socket will only work when the engine is running..... in the central… and bottom slots, the socket is constantly live. (MORE)
Its fuse number 43 under the hood in the block on top of the drivers side tire well.
fuse # 12 - 20 amp mini fuse - cigar lighter / OBD II according to the 2005 Ford. Excursion owners manual
( # 1 ) is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter in a 1999 Ford Mustang
I need to know what number fuse is for a cigarette lighter in an acura mdx
( # 32 ) is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter on a 2000 Lincoln LS
I just recently found a second fuse box on my 2002 ford escort zx2 it is located to the outside of the driver side dash above and a little to the right of the first lower fuse box located just inside the drivers door above the fuel shut off switch. However, I was actually lying down with my head on …the floorboard before I found it. It houses audio, fog light, cig. lighter etc.. I never knew it was there until the other day. Hope this helps. (MORE)
Fuse # 3 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter and OBD II scan tool. connector ( in the passenger compartment fuse panel ) of a 2001 Ford Expedition
41 / 20 amp mini fuse / cigar lighter , OBD II diagnostic connector
13 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter ( in the passenger compartment ) If you wish to view the Owners Guide ( which includes the fuse diagram ) click on the link below and then click on Owner Guides
87,88 locates in the trunk top row of fuses the second and 3rd ones from the right. 20amp
Click on the link below Click on Owner Guides The Owners Guide ( which includes the fuse diagrams ) can be viewed online
On a 2003 Lincoln Navigator : ( mini fuse # 41 is a yellow color 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter and OBD II diagnostic connector )
27 is a 15 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter in a 1997 Ford Contour ( in the interior fuse panel )
If the two large relays are at the bottom it is the 4th fuse down on the right hand side. It should be a 15 amp fuse. See Related Link (It the picture of a cigarette on the diagram)
The cigarette lighter fuse is located at the left side end of the dash board. Open the passenger's door, you'll see a removable plastic panel with the picture of an airbag. There is no air bag there. You will find a column of 4 fuses there. The cigarette lighter fuse is the one at the bottom of the …third row. Green in colour & 30. Just located it this evening as I had to change the fuse in mine. (MORE)
its 20amps on mine for cigarette lighter & interior lights. It tells you on the back of the fuse cover.
it's in the plastic engine cover, you'll need to remove a couple of bolts to get it out. Or the pollen filter I've heard is under/behind the glove box The pollen filter is in the ceiling of the foot well on the passenger side. It is held in place by 4 screws which have 6mm hex heads. Remove the …four screws and the filter can be pulled down and to the center of the car. The cover is part of the filter so you will have a new cover with the replacement filter. The pollen filter is underneath the passenger footwell at the end of the tranmission tunnel. It is covered by a reinforced plastic clip on cover (in a criss cross pattern). Gently pull the lugs to remove. The end of the filter is revealed, and is white with black lettering by way of instruction. Pull out the old filter in an arc to avoid the wiring. The filter is flexible! Fitting the new one is more difficult. It is the reverse of removing the old one, but the wiring can get in the way. I tied mine back with a long tie wrap. I also cut a small triangle off the plastic lug to improve the lead in. The filter is fed in in an arc - bit by bit. It either takes five mins or 30mins! (MORE)
The fuse for the cigarette lighter ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ In a 2003 Ford Expedition : ( mini fuse # 41 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter and OBD II diagnostic connector )
ive got 2004 p12, im guesing they're the same. Anyways, in the dirvers side, under the wheel to the right, there should be a panel which you can remove to get to fuses. The cig lighter on mine is a little 15 amp fuse (blue in my case) but there should be some schematic on the panel cover itself so y…ou can double check its the right one (MORE)
I had this same question. The answer for a 2010 which comes with two accessory plugs instead of the cigarette lighter, is they are called POWER POINTS. the two in my car have square fuses in the fuse box in back of the battery. They are both 20 amp fuses and if you shine a light on them, you can loo…k down through the clear plastic to see if the fuse is burned out. In my SES 2010 Focus, they are #3 and #15. the square fuse can be pried out with a small screw driver or a pair of fine needle nose pliers. they have two spade type contacts. Hope this helps. (MORE)
Most cars have a central fuse block where all the fuses are located. It is also possible that the lighter is broken. You can get a new one at the parts store. rtfm
( # 41 ) is a yellow color 20 amp mini fuse for the cigarette lighter , OBD II diagnostic connector
That would depend on what year , make , model . A little more information please 03 plate 1.8 nissan primara
The owners manual should tell you that, but it doesn't. There are two "fuse boxes" on a 2007 charger. The fuse box in the trunk, next to the battery and spare tire, below the trunk floor board and the fuse box under the hood on the passenger side. Cigarette lighter fuse is located in the "trunk fus…e box" which is right beside the spare tire and battery underneath the trunk floor board. Lift the trunk floorboard, open up the trunk fuse box by lifting the "left side" (nearest to the spare tire) and exposing the fuses. The cigarette fuse is a 20 amp (yellow) and is located in 1/2 of fuse slot #18 and the other half of the "IGN" (as marked on the black plastic) slot just below the fuse slot #18... kind of screwy... (MORE)
Fuse ( # 17 ) is a 25 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter on a 1999 Ford Explorer
( # 17 ) is a 15 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter in a 1996 Ford Explorer ( in the fuse panel in the drivers end of the dash , cover visible with drivers door open )
( # 17 ) is a 30 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter on a 1997 Lincoln Town Car
( # 17 ) is a 25 amp mini fuse for the cigarette lighter in a 1998 Ford Ranger
On a 1999 Mercury Mountaineer : ( # 17 is a 25 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter ) * in the fuse panel IN the drivers end of the dash ( the fuse panel cover is visible with the drivers door open )
On a 2000 Ford Explorer : Fuse ( # 17 ) is a 25 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter
On a 2004 Ford Expedition : Mini fuse ( # 41 ) is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter and OBD II diagnostic connector
In a 2007 Ford Fusion : ( # 15 ) is a blue color 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter ( in the fuse panel below and to the left of the steering wheel , by the brake pedal , the fuse panel has a cover on it )
In a 2003 Ford Ranger : Fuse # 17 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter and Data Link Connector * in the fuse panel IN the drivers end of the dash ( the fuse panel cover is visible with the drivers door open )