Where is cigarette lighter in 1994 ford sable?
1 person found this useful
Answer . Under the hood, driver's side near the windshield is a box. Remove the lid and there are your fuses. I have a 1994 New Yorker and according to my manual, the cigar lighter fuse is in cavity 8. It requires a 20 Amp yellow fuse.
Answer . It should come with a diagram on the inside of the box covering the fuses. It should say "cigar" or "cig" something like that
Answer . On my 97, its in the fuse panel at the end of the dash. Open drivers door to get to the panel.
Answer . \nThe fuse should be located in fuse box under dash on driver side.\nIf the fuse is not blown,then you will have to get a new cig lighter, cheapest way would be your local junkyard...
Answer . \ncars as new as the 1994 Ford Taurus had to be ordered with lighters\nand ash trays.i'm thinking you have one that does not have either.. Answer . \nIn the ashtray in center of dash under radio.
Answer . \nWELL I THINK THAT U MIGHT HAVE A BROKEN FUSE. CHECK UNDER THE HOOD FOR THE FUSE BOX IS LOCATED CLOSE TO THE BATTERY. THERE U WILL SEE SOME FUSE I DONT REMEMER WHICH ONE OF THE IS . BUT CHECK THE ALL IF THERE IS A BROKEN FUSE JUST REPLACE AND YOUR PROBLEM WILL BE FIX
Answer . Hi, what you need to do is first of all buy a cigarette lighter from a car store (just get one of those universal ones) or go to a scarp yard and get one from there, then all you have to do is wire it straight up to your battery! run the cables behind the dash then under your bonet. make… sure you secure all the cables so the dont get caught up or melt and short on you engine!. If your going to do it that way rather than to wire it into the loom be sure to put an inline fuse in or you'll probalby end up melting the wire!!! ( Full Answer )
Answer . On a mk3 you will have to remove the whole centre pannel. On the heater controls you can use a screwdriver to pop of all the knobs and the heat fan level will just pull off, then use a screwdriver again to pull off the whole heat control and unscrew the bulb. now take off the ash tray a…s if u were cleaning it and look around the bottom area, there will be a total of 3 screws that must be removed. once it has come off you must be careful not to damage any wires, u can then get to the cigerette lighter, two connectors plug in the back of it must be removed and the cigerette lighter shud just pull out, unless there is some sort of clip. put the new cigerette lighter in its place and plug it in with the same connectors and put the centre pannel back in using the reverse process as to how it was removed. ( Full Answer )
Answer Starting in 2001 the Owners Manual introduces the term "Power Points" and is used to specifically describe any cigar(ette) lighter outlet other than the one in the dashboard. For all model years, it is a 20amp, yellow fuse Model year 1986-1995, Fuse 11 - covers horns & lighter - i…s metal circuit breaker Model year 1996, page 304 - #21 - 3rd row of fuses down, first one on the left Model year 1997, page 102 - #21 - same Model year 1998, page 112 - #21 - same Model year 1999, page 127 - #21 - same Model year 2000, page 125 - #13 - TOP row of fuses, 2nd from the right Model year 2001, page 148 - #13 - same Model year 2002, page 161 - #13 - same c: . 17 - Cell Port #18 - Cigar Lighter . Model year 2003, page 130 - #13 - same Engine Compartment Power Distribution Box: #17 - Cell Port #18 - Cigar Lighter. Model year 2004, page 154 - #25 & 29 - 4th & 5th rows down, 2nd fuses from right end Model year 2005, page 177 - #25 & 29 - same Model year 2006, page 159 - #25 & 29 - same Model year 2007, page 162 - #25 & 29 - same Model year 2008, page 250 - #13 & 14 - Engine Compartment Power Distribution Box See "Related Questions" below for where to access a free, online version of 1996 and newer Owners Manual. . I used the following link and found it's No. 21 in the fuse panel. Good Luck... I keep having problems with the fuse blowing over and over. http://www.v8sho.com/SHO/1998taurus_ogal.pdf Answer In the fuse panel , below and to the left of the steering wheel , by the brake pedal fuse # 21 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigar lighter and fuse # 20 is a 5 amp fuse for the cigar lighter / remote entry / integrated control panel Answer This is well detailed and illustrated in the Owners Manual - See "Related Questions" below for more The manual's diagram illustrates #21 but the box does not show any numbers on my 97 Taurus however the fuse cover shows the location..its the 6th from the bottom, yes its a yellow 20amp fuse. Note: if problem with lighter is not fuse...short power wire in back of element may have come loose. Fuse location # 13. Use 20A fuse Mine was fuse #18 in the box in the engine compartment (not under the dash). 20amp fuse. In the passenger compartment fuse panel , under the dash , to the left of the brake pedal - fuse # 21 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter In the fuse bus beneath the instrument panel on the left side. Be certain the battery is disconnected when you replace the fuse. There is a lot of amperage involved, and something caused the fuse to blow. Mind your fingers. We like to use a pair of insulated needle-nose pliers to replace fuses. They are easier to manipulate than fingers, and safer. ( Full Answer )
Answer . to replace lighter take it out and go to parts store and buy a new replacement part comes with directions and installation instructions.
On a 1994 Dodge Caravan, and the fuse box is located beneath the driver's steering wheel to the left. It is sort of near where your left knee would be if you are sitting in the Drivers seat. The panel can be removed by hand with no tools. After removing the panel, if you flip the panel over there wi…ll be a diagram of the fuses relevant to your model year caravan. The fuse location for the cigar lighter is slot 23 and it is a 20 amp fuse. The slots are clearly labeled on the fuse box itself. ( Full Answer )
\nSmoking is bad, but if you use your cigarette lighter for the 1 million other things that have been invented lately than please park your car in a safe area- get out of your seat and open the fuze box(#2) that is located behind your parking brake (hidden under the steering wheel- believe me it is …down there). Look at the map on the fuze box cover- locate the lighter fuse- remove the fuze and if the loop is broken then replace it with a new fuze. PROBLEM USUALLY SOLVED! If you do not have any extra fuzes (there are usually a bunch stored in your fuze boxes (#1 &2). Fuze box #1 is located next to tour battery and manages bigger electronic functions. ( Full Answer )
The cigarette fuse lighter in a 1994 Ford Escort can be found inthe fuse box. It is usually labeled with accessory or cig.
try replacing the fuse. i had the same problem after trying to use a phone charger. you have to put it in perfectly or the negative and positive contacts touch and blow the fuse. it wasn't designed for power on the old ones. i have a 93. it does work but you have to put it in directly with out …twisting. kind of a pain.\n. \ntry it ( Full Answer )
The fusebox in the drivers side under the dash, near the door. The cigarette lighter fuse is the yellow (20 amp) fuse in the far corner of the fuse box (towards the front of the car and the passenger side)
If you have checked the main fuse panel and did not locate it (could be linked in with an accessory fuse) the other place to look is behind the actual lighter casing itself, the silver "socket" that the lighter fits into can be pulled out and it will be attached to a wire with a fuse inline. Good Lu…ck! ( Full Answer )
www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides The Owner Guide ( which includes the fuse diagram ) can be viewed online
( # 3 ) - 20 amp - for cigar lighter , OBD - II scan tool connector
The fuse panel is located on the passenger side, under the dash to the right. Their should be some fuse symbols on the plastic panel that gets removed. No tools required.
This answer is for a 1993 Ford Thunderbird SC.. 1. Remove arm rest cover door, 3 screws.. 2. Remove personal belongs to expose 2 screws at bottom rear of arm rest compartment, remove screws.. 3. Pull upwards the emergence brake lever as far as possible.. 4. Position shift lever to drive.. 5…. Manually pull center consol back towards rear of car, 4 to 8 inches.. 6. Locate black plastic storage bin, it will be just to the right of cigarette lighter and just below interior heater control switches.. 7. Get a small thin hand screw driver and the 2 screws removed from bottom rear of compartment.. 8. At under side of black plastic storage bin, find 2 plastic clips. Using small thin hand screw driver, pry clip downward and insert screw into now exposed hole in clip. Complete by doing same to other clip. NOTE: DO NOT PRY CLIP DOWN MORE THAN Â½" INCH AS CLIP WILL SNAP MAKING STORAGE BIN USLESS.. 9. Use small thin hand screw driver and start to pry down black plastic storage bin edge from top making sure inserted screws don't fall out or allow clip to tuck back inward.. 10. With left hand, pull down on black plastic storage bin, and with right hand, continue using small thin hand screw driver at bottom edge and pry outward.. 11. Remove black plastic storage bin and set aside.. 12. Reach in from new opening just made and remove 2 wires from back of cigarette lighter.. 13. Using thumb, insert into cigarette lighter housing and turn counter clock wise to loosen. If cigarette lighter will not turn loose, find something that will wedge into cigarette lighter hole and try turning cigarette lighter housing to loosen.. 14. HINT- I used my rubber covered handle pliers and inserted the handle ends into the cigarette lighter housing to loosen. Same applied for tightening housing as well.. 15. Following instructions in reverse to install. ( Full Answer )
In the fuse panel , under your dash , on the drivers side , fuse # 24 is a 15 amp. fuse for your cigar lighter , OBD II data link connector , and neutral tow feature
It's fuse # 17 - 25 amp - in your fuse panel on the drivers end of your dash. ( the fuse cover is visible with the drivers door open )
The fuse for the cigarette lighter is located behind the panel with the storage hole in it, the one by your right knee as you sit in the car. It's fuse number 1 on the bottom left I believe.
It is in the 3rd row over &The 5th one down in the fuse box under the dashboard.
If it is a 4 cylinder car, it is either on the far right (when you are facing the front of your car) in the fuse box located underneath your hood, or behind the coin receptacle to the left of your steering wheel. Things are labeled in there for you.
Before you replace the whole lighter, check the fuse. If it is not located in the fuse box, it may be just outside the fuse box under the dash.
The fuse for the cigarette lighter on a Ford Fiesta is located inthe main fuse panel under the dash. It is positioned beside thehood release and is labelled for easy identification.
It is in fuse box. Fuse # 47 in central junction box under hood. it is a 20 amp fuse. Rebuttal: There IS no #47 fuse in the under the hood fuse box. I changed the one inside the car, on the left panel, and lighter STILL doesn't work! robertlmaukjr
if you look in your underhood fuse box and you look on the back of the cover you will se the numbers written on witch fuse is witch then check in your owners manual and look for front power point and power point and that will be your fuses there the square blue ones hope that helps
Passenger compartment fuse panel , F9 , 20 amp fuse for cigarette lighter , data link connector
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 )
You probably don't have a real cigar lighter, because the nannies at the Ford factory thought you were too stupid to handle such a dangerous device and would do something dangerous, like lighting a cigarette in the car, so they put a fake one in, with no contacts. You need to go to NAPA, AutoZone, e…tc., and get a "real" one and have it put in. The fuse for my 2001 is in the little panel on the left, by your knee, on the dash, that looks like another "ash tray." I forget the number, but it's marked. ( Full Answer )
Fuse # 41 is a yellow color 20 amp mini fuse for the cigarette lighter and OBD II diagnostic connector ( from the fuse box picture it is located on one of the outside edges of the fuse box )
Take the lighter out. Reach behind and disconnect the wiring and then unscrew the back of the lighter a thing called a barrel connector. It is a cylindrical lighter fastener on the back side which fastens the lighter assembly to the car. Turn it counter clockwise as looking at it from the rear.
According to the 2006 Ford E-250 Owner Guide : In the fuse panel to the left and below the steering wheel , by thebrake pedal ( it has a cover on it ) ( # 26 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigar lighter , diagnostics )
8 is a 15 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter and audio system ( according to the Owner Guide , from the picture I see it's the fuse right in the center of the fuse box )
In a 1999 Ford Expedition fuse # 3 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter and OBD - II scan tool connector
If you have one its located behind the emergecy brake under a "flip up" lid, along with the ashtry.
( # 28 ) is for the front cigarette lighter and ( # 22 ) is for the rear cigarette lighter / power plug Both fuses are yellow color , 20 amp
( # 17 ) is a 15 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter in a 1996 Ford Ranger
( # 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 )
According to the 2000 Ford Explorer owners manual : ( # 17 is a 25 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter ) Located in the fuse panel in the drivers end of the dash , the fuse panel cover is visible with the drivers door open
In a 2002 Ford Windstar : ( # 17 ) is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter / powerpoint and the Datalink connector
yes y not you can add a new one just wire it to the bat and fuse it
On a 2004 Ford Excursion : ( mini fuse # 12 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter and OBD II ) You can view the 2004 Ford Excursion owners manual online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides ( the fuses and relays section starts on page 169 )
On a 1995 Ford Explorer : ( # 17 is the fuse for the cigarette lighter ) In the fuse panel IN the drivers end of the dash ( if you open thedrivers door , you will see the removable plastic fuse panel cover )
On a 1995 Ford Explorer : The fuse panel is in the drivers end of the dash ( the fuse panel cover is visible with the drivers door open ) ( fuse # 17 is a 30 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter )
On a 1998 Ford Explorer : In the fuse panel IN the drivers end of the dash ( the plastic fuse panel cover is visible with the drivers door open ) ( fuse # 17 is a 25 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter )
The fuse on the 1994 Honda Civic cigarette lighter is located underthe dash on the driver's side.
Visit a mechanic for any auto repairs, if you lack car knowledge,you risk damaging your car more.