Lighter works but horn doesnt Chevy cavalier 96?
The cigarette lighter (I'm assuming that's what you meant) is on a separate fuse than the horn. Check that fuse, if the fuse is fine then your most likely culpret is the actual horn switch in the steering wheel.
You have a 2002 Chevy cavalier your CD player wont work it just displays error mess but motor continues to run and radio still works?
If your talking about you indicator flasher relay I've got a suggestion. I just changed one on a 1999 Cavalier. It was located underneith the drivers side of the dash. It is a little square black relay that might be clipped on up underneith or it my not. It is right out in the open, but you might need a flashlight to get a good look at it. Like I said, this was on a…
There are two, possibly three fuse boxes in your truck. The one you want is under the hood on the driver side. The cigerette lighter fuse is just above and slightly to the right of the radio fuse. In some Silverados there is another fuse in the instrument panel to the left of the steering wheel. There is an aux fuse in there that works with your additional lighter power outputs.
2001 Chevy Cavalier hazards lights flash but blinkers do not work is it the turn signal bulbs that need to be replaced or the flasher?
Where is the fuse relay for a cigarette lighter in 1991 Honda accord not under hood and not underdash and radio works not on any diagrams either?
Answer The cigarette lighter does not have a relay. It does however have a fuse. It may use the same fuse as the radio. If all fuses are good, suspect the lighter itself is bad. Try your lighter in a know good lighter receptacle. If it works there, then suspect the lighter receptacle in your car is bad. My Haynes repair manual for model years 1990 through 1993 states that the cigarette lighter relay is…
The cigarette lighter in my 1997 Chevy Lumina 4 door sedan doesn't work Is there an inline fuse somewhere If so where and how do I reach it If not or if this fuse is good how do I replace the lighter?
With the tensioner installed, you have to push the center of the tensioner piston inward with a screwdriver several times until it releases. When it releases the piston will move outward and push the chain guide tensioner against the chain. If this does not work buy a new one at autozone ($42.00), which is what I had to do. The new tensioner is the same type and works the same way. Vehicle: 1997 Chevy Cavalier…