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Start with checking the fuse. The owners manual can help you with that.
( # 3 ) is a 25 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter in a 1998 Ford Expedition
Fuse #3 is for the cigarettes lighter
In a 1999 Ford Expedition fuse # 3 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter and OBD - II scan tool connector
Number ( 3 ) is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter , OBD-II scan tool connector
Check the fuses.
Fuse # 3 - 25 amp - interior fuse panel
Fuse # 3 is a 25 amp fuse for the cigarrette lighter in a 1998 Ford Expedition
Fuse # 3 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter and OBD II scan tool connector ( in the passenger compartment fuse panel ) of a 2001 Ford Expedition
Fuse # 3 - 20 amp - for cigar lighter , Data Link Connector
Central fuse box #3 fuse. Hope that helps.
It is a 20 amp fuse under the dash in space 3
1. blown fuse 2. broken wire from fuse block to lighter 3. bad ground 4. bad lighter
Click on the link below Click on Owner Guides The owners manual ( which includes the fuse box diagram ) can be viewed on-line Fuse # 3 is a 25 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter
fuse # 3 is a 20 amp fuse for the data link connector and cigarette lighter
#3 under dash
The # 3 fuse is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter , OBD II Scan Tool Connector ( in the fuse panel below and to the left of the steering wheel , by the brake pedal )
( # 3 ) - 20 amp - for cigar lighter , OBD - II scan tool connector
Under the glove box on the passenger side... awkward to get to. The engine side fuse box is next to the battery under the hood. Hope this helps! ;) The fuse for the lighter is labeled as CIGAR and 15A. IT is in the fusebox licated udner the passenger side glove compartment. The fuse s on the far left side of the box, top row.
The cigarette lighter might not be any good. I checked my fuse in mine and it was good and i took the old cigarette lighter out and replaced it and it worked fine. They are like $3-$4 at Wal-Mart.
In a 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis : Fuse ( # 25 ) is a blue color 15 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter ( located in the fuse panel below and to the left of your steering wheel by the brake pedal , it has a cover on it )
Malibu 2005 has 3 boxes of fuses: in the middle, side of passenger when the foot rest. Other in the hood, driver side, black box and in the trunk, left side. Cigarette lighter fuse is in the trunk, left side, fuse #20 , yellow one.
A inoperable cigarette lighter can be a significant problem and safety hazard, as the lighter negates the need to fiddle with a small hand-held lighter will driving. Repairing the lighter in a 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier calls for inspecting a number of different components to the lighter and attempting to repair each one at the sign of damage or failure. If no steps can fix the cigarette lighter, it can be easily replaced with a few easy steps.Difficulty:ModerateInstructionsThings You'll NeedScrewdriverWire cuttersWire strippersElectrical tapeNeedle-nose pliersWrench setCheck the Lighter1 Purchase a replacement cigarette lighter at an auto part store, matching the original.2 Push the new lighter deep into the cigarette lighter socket.3 Inspect the inside coil on the new cigarette lighter after 30 seconds. If the coils are red (indicating heat), the old cigarette lighter was damaged. If this does not correct the problem, return the cigarette lighter to the point of purchase.Inspect the Wiring1 Remove the lower trim panel retaining screws with a screwdriver. Disengage the locking tab and slot in the middle of the trim panel and pull the two trim panels apart.2 Inspect the wiring from the back of the cigarette lighter socket to the firewall. Look for any places where the wiring might be crimped, cut or otherwise damaged.3 Repair any damaged section of wire. Cut out the damaged portion with wire cutters. Strip the ends of the original wire with wire strippers and connect the same thickness and gauge of wire into the section. Cover the new connection with electrical tape.4 Push the cigarette lighter into the socket and inspect it after 30 seconds, seeing if the coils inside the lighter are red and warm. If they are, the problem was the damaged wiring.Check the Fuse1 Locate the fuse box on the side of the instrument panel and remove the fuse panel cover.2 Inspect the diagram on the back of the fuse panel cover and locate the correct fuse for the cigarette lighter.3 Remove the appropriate fuse with needle-nose pliers and inspect it. If the metal bridge inside the fuse is broken, replace it with a new fuse. If the metal bridge is not broken, push the fuse back into position.Replace the Socket and Lighter1 Detach the electrical connection at the back of the cigarette lighter socket.2 Unscrew the ring holding the cigarette lighter socket in place with a wrench. Remove the cigarette lighter and socket.3 Push the new cigarette lighter socket into place. Reinsert the retaining nut in place with a wrench.4 Reattach the electrical connection to the back of the socket.5 Push the new lighter into the socket and inspect the coils inside the lighter after 30 seconds. They should be red, indicating heat and a working cigarette lighter.ehow com
In the fuse box under the hood on the drivers side there are 3 extra fuses and a fuse puller..The fuses are labeled.