There is something else in the hole or the retaining clip is bent down causing interference.
Bad lighter maybe? Something else hooked into the same circuit and when you use the lighter it overloads the circuit, blowing the fuse? because of where the lighter outlet sets anything you plug in get hit by the shifter check for loose or frayed wires behind it
Bad contact somewhere in the cigarette lighter. Check the circuit with a continuity checker device.
Causes include blown fuse and broken wire.
An air compressor blowing gasses into the blimp is what causes the air pressure in the blimp. These gases are lighter than air.
That would be the nicotine in the cigarette. this answer sucks
I think its the tar in the cigarette that causes irritation in the bronchioles and therefore cause bronchitis...
A cigarette is made of tobacco obviously, it is like 90% of the stuff in the cigarette causes cancer. so there is allot of stuff that cause cancer in a cigarette.
You got a short somewhere. Might be in the wiring, might be in the element itself. Either that, or you're overloading it.
tar causes of perhaps all diseases in the lungs
It could be bad. More likely it is the car draining the charge. Check all accessories such as cigarette lighter 12v outlets trunk lights.
Nicotine mixes with the blood when inhaled.
what causes a fire is!! candles, cigarettes, uncarful people, and a lighter!! [:
by air blowing into them
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