Where is the fuse located on a 1994 Honda Civic cigarette lighter?
The fuse on the 1994 Honda Civic cigarette lighter is located under the dash on the driver's side.
There are two fuseboxes for 2006 Honda Accord. The cigarette lighter one is located inside the car on driver side labeled "fusebox", not the one under the hood. Open the correct one the diagram is on back of cover. It is #9, 15 Amp, labeled "FR ACCS". There is no label says "cigarette lighter" on any Honda cars.
Directions on changing a fuse for your 1994 Honda Civic are in the vehicle's manuals. If you do not have the manuals; take the fuse box cover off and on the inside is a directory, find which fuse goes to the cigarette lighter and using needle nose pliers or a fuse puller remove the bad fuse ad replace with a new fuse with the same amps. ( Fuses are color coded by amps.)
First of all, be sure to check for a blown fuse. Then, you will have to pull the ashtray and expose the lighter charging coil, which is the round metal piece that the actual lighter rests in. Disconnect your battery, and then disconnect the wiring harness clip from the back of your lighter, then you twist the lighter counterclockwise to unseat it for removal. Installation is the reversal of these steps.
The 1998 Honda Civic models were not available with auxiliary outputs. The cigarette lighter was used power outlet in those vehicles. To replace the outlet press down the side prongs so the assembly can come off. Then unplug the wires. Replace by plugging in the wires and sliding in the new lighter assembly.