On American cars the positive lead from your cigarette lighter is in the center of your socket. The adapter plug has the positive lead on the tip of the adapter and the negative lead on the side of the adapter. You need to use a volt-ohm meter to find out which wire comes from each lead. (You may be able to open the adapter and follow the wires that way).
On the c.b. radio the positive lead should be red. This will connect to the positive lead on the adapter. The black lead on the c.b. radio is the negative lead. This will attach to the negative lead on the adapter.
P.S. Usually the adapter will have a fuse built into it to protect from incorrect wiring.
I would like to find out what type of fuse is needed for the 2010 vw jetta cigarette lighter and how to identify which fuse it is and where located
You can light a cigarette with almost any fire, but the intended item to use for this is called a cigarette lighter. Cigarette lighters may use lighter fluid or butane, and some are electric like those in cars or mounted on walls in older buildings.
Sounds silly but on most vehicles its actually a lit cigarette
One can buy butane fuel in various packs and sizes for a cigarette lighter online from websites like Amazon and eBay. Alternatively, one can check brand name stores like Walmart.
Sounds like a blown fuse.
this, like the trinity is a mystery
I think you mean deluminator. It's a device that looks like a cigarette lighter but it sucks up light when clicked. Dumbledore invented it and then left it to Ron in his will after he died. :)
Generally, it is a non-functioning cigarette or cigarette-like device that takes the place of an actual cigarette. They are usually used by smokers in conjunction with other nicotine reducing methods to quit smoking.
plug something into it like a radar detector...iff it works your lighter is screwed...if no power check the fuse
There are a number of adapters available that work in a cigarette lighter. An individual can find just about any type of converter needed on Amazon. Also available in stores like Best Buy and Walmart.
A cigarette lighter. Then they had a Full body santa and a Full body robot.
The cigarette lighter might not be any good. I checked my fuse in mine and it was good and i took the old cigarette lighter out and replaced it and it worked fine. They are like $3-$4 at Wal-Mart.
The lighter is located under a hidden compartment that is in front of the middle head rest, flip the small clip like apparatus to release and reveal the lighter
A standard airline power jack provides 12V power just like the cigarette lighter in your car. If you have a DC (car) power supply for your computer already, there are adapters available which convert the cigarette-lighter plug to the smaller airline plug.
It's not supposed to have one. (like the head lights)I've never seen a car that didn't have the cigarette lighter on a fuse. A lot of times it is incorporated with another system...usually the dome lights, radio, or horn. Good Luck.
Usually they should be above the cup-holders, unless your is like mine and doesn't have one lol
See if there is something in the cigar lighter housing like some change. Other wise you have a short to ground in the power supply somewhere
There is a fusebox in the passenger compartment. Check your owners manual, it will tell you how to find it. Thanks for the information... There is no fuse in the owner's manual labeled "Cigarette Lighter"... I assume the cigarette lighter fuse is labeled as something else... Do you know what it is labeled?Could be labelled something like, Accessory, or, Aux. Hard to say. It should be a 15A fuse, so just pull all of the 15A fuses and make sure they aren't fried.
Sounds like your cigar lighter fuse is blown, located in the front fuse box under the engine hood, should be a 10 or 15 amp fuse
Side panel under Eng-brake like we didnt know WHICH FUSE MORON
there should be a hole at the bottom, which will fit the nozzle to the lighter fluid bottle. if there's not a hole, you either have a disposable: you toss when empty, or a zippo; you have to open those up and soak the cotton inside. if you have a butane(blow torch-like) lighter you're on your own
If it's anything like my 92 Sunbird, (and they do have the same inherent problems), they are leaky cars (water wise) and it's probably wiring. There's a grounding problem it sounds like. I used to have a similar problem in my 92 when I used the cigarette lighter, it would blow the taillight fuse everytime. Replaced the cigarette lighter and problem went away. See, the cigarette lighter was rusted and the ground was faulty, so it would ground to the nearest fuse (which was taillight fuse) overload it, and blow the taillight fuse. Your parking lights are probably not grounded properly and it is doing the same thing my cigarette lighter was. Is it just me or are these cars just like the old Ford Tempo's and Dodge K cars, very reliable for the most part, but very leaky?!
on unanesthetized skin it feels like someone is holding a lit match to your skin or possibly a cars cigarette lighter on your skin.
i have a 1988 jeep Cherokee and all you have to do is take off the panel that goes around your radio and guages and eveything and once you have that off you should be able to get to the cigarette lighter its only like 2 or 3 screws then anothe 2 or 3 conections on the back...but im not sure about any of the other years
Mm... probably not but you can buy a outer that you plug in to the cigarette lighter place and it comes out to be a like wall connection. i use it and its very useful.