There is a fuse cabin below the steering wheel on the left. Open it and inside the lid has the details of all fuses. Also check your Owners manual.
your 15 A fuse located behind the coin box is blown.
Did you check the fuses in the engine compartment, there is one more fuse for the lights inside of the car.
It is the same fuse as the cigarette lighter.
Open the dashboard fuse panel and look for the fuse marked cig ...replace it
The fuses are located behind the little change cup just above the drivers left knee. You have to remove it to get to the fuses. And there should be a diagram on the back of the little cup.
Check your fuses
I assumed that your clock is not working. On the lower left panel of the dashboard, there is a little tray. Open and pull the tray out. The fuses are in the back. Locate the one for cigarette lighter (sticker on the back of the tray shows the locations of the fuses) and replace that fuse even if it looks intact.
Behind the coin holder on the left side of steering wheel.
You need to specify exact model you have (CE, LE, XLE) and type of engine (4 cylinder or V6). In between, the coin compartment you have removed has a sticker on it is back with all required information you need.
Yes, but the fuse may also control something else such as the radio or cigarette lighter.
if the fuse is blown on that circuit you can lose power on those items. before replacing the fuse, make sure that there is nothing in the cigarette lighter socket that could be causing the short and subsequent blown fuse. (its on the same fuse)
There is a fusebox inside the car on the driver's side under the dash (near where the driver's left knee would be if driving the car). Look for the 15amp fuse in this box. In the fuse box under the dash it is on the first row on the left it will be the second fuse down. this controls the clock, radio, outside rear view mirror system, cigarette lighter. 15 amp
Neither, a clock is an instrument used to tell the time, it has nothing to do with a mirror.
Hi, first remove the fuse. Then pull off the wire connector that is attached to the back of the lighter. Take out the lighter . Now take a pair of needle nose pliers an insert then into the lighter cavity. Put the pliers in the metal slots and turn counter clock wise . You may have to hold the back of the lighter with the other hand . The lighter will be in two pieces . Auto shops carry the complete lighter.
under the hood...
They are on separate fuses. The cigarette lighter fuse is #34 located in the engine compartment. The fuse for the radio is located on the pasenger's side fuse block. Open the passenger side door and there will be a plastic cover to remove. I've had both to go out on me at different times.
Under the hood...
On my 2001 Sienna there is a fuse box behind the coin cup--inside the van on the drivers side next to the hood release latch. There is a fuse for the cigarette lighter (15A) that also protects the clock circuit. Additionally, there is a 15A fuse for '12V power' that protects the lower front lighter outlet and the rear lighter outlet.....
The lighter itself is toast. There is a short inside so when you click it in too much current is drawn and it blows the fuse. The coil inside has a short.
The fuse is called the 'Dome' fuse and usuall it's in a block of fuses under a black plastic cover next to the battery.
There is a time set right above hazzard light
Disconnect the battery for 5-10 minutes.
Check the fuse box for bad fuses.
The fuse is behind the coin holder (pull the coin holder out, you will see the fuses) on the driver side, 15A blue fuse at the right bottom corner. There are actually two fuses for this issue. They are both located behind the coin holder next to the hood release latch. They are both 15A blue fuses. One is the cigarette lighter fuse which protects the clock and the upper lighter outlet, the other is called the 12V power supply and it protects the lower lighter outlet and the rear lighter outlet.