You can replace the cigar lighter in a 99 Grand Am by removing the fuse and then removing the lighter element. You will then need to remove the lighter socket and disconnect the electrical connections. The last step is to reverse these instructions to put in the new lighter.
It unscrews from the back.
If the receptacle is still getting power, go to an auto parts store and buy a new lighter.
Open hood Open under hood fuse block Remove cigar fuse by pulling it out with pliers Push new fuse in cigar lighter location
unclip the gear stick leather gater and it is accesable from there
How to fix the cigar lighter on your Celebrity depends on what is wrong with it. I can't tell from here what is wrong with it, but one of these should do it: It may simply have a blown fuse. If so replace the fuse. The wiring could have failed, again replace the wiring. If the socket is corroded, rusty or has failed altogether then replace the socket. If the lighter itself is failed then replace the lighter.
( Fuse number 27 ) is a 15 amp fuse for the cigar lighter
You simply pull the lighter holder out and detach the wiring. To put in the new one, attach the wires and push the holder back in.
( # 41 ) - 20 amp mini-fuse - cigar lighter , diagnostic connector power
a good quality lighter
Cigar accessories could include a humidor to store your cigars , a variety of cigar-cutters , a lighter specifically designed for lighting a cigar and a case to carry a few cigars .
Check the fuse first. If the fuse if good then either the lighter itself or the lighter outlet is defective.
In Canada go to CTC and buy a generic cigar/cigarette lighter and plug it in the proper hole in the dash:-) .But I bet you meant lighter socket? If so answer is totally different.To prevent person's from disposining of vehicles via fire insurance that socket for the lighter is protected by a fuseable link which is built into the wire feeding the socket.Check it first.Borrow a lighter from someone else's car to make sure socket is dead not just element in lighter.
push the lighter in, and when it pops out remove it. and remember IT WILL BE HOT!
fuse # 24 is a 15 amp fuse for your cigar lighter , OBD II , neutral tow
because the cigar light has run out ov gas
fuse # 26 - 20 amp - cigar lighter , diagnostics ( in the fuse panel below and to the left of the steering wheel by the brake pedal )
# 17 - 25 amp - cigar lighter
In the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment near your battery : ( # 108 ) is a 20 amp cartridge fuse for your cigar lighter
First remove the vent panel that goes across the top of your dash it will snap out of place. Then remove the two screws that hold the center dash piece (where your radio comes through) in place at the top just in front of the tray on your dash. Then after removing the ash try pull on that dash section. It snaps in and out of place. Then there are 4 screws that hold the cigar lighter panel in place.....there you go.
fuse # 16 - 20 amp - cigar lighter
A butane or "torch" lighter works best in cold and windy conditions.
HI, THE CIGAR LIGHTER FUSE IS LOCATED BEHIND THE GLOVE BOX
# 16 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigar lighter
Through a car lighter