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Old December 28th, 2011, 11:27 AM
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Hi, My question is related to the cigarette lighter fuse that "controls" the "front-passenger side" cigarette lighter and the "center console for the rear passengers" cigarette lighter, these 2 "cigarette lighter" connections do not work (they used to work, I blew the fuse)
I openned the fuse box and I found that Fuse#53 LTR 20Amps controls only the cigarette lighter on the "front-driver side" (not the other 2). All the rest of the fuses are good. Any ideas???
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Old December 28th, 2011, 2:36 PM
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Might want to double check the fuses on the left side of the IP looks like AUX or AUX fuse 2 should be your culprit
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Also depending on the year, there might be additional fuses under the hood but I doubt that a lighter fuse will be there.
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Old December 29th, 2011, 11:03 AM
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Greetings mgs welcome to the Forum.

I'm surprised that there wasn't a bigger fuse in that circuit. The elements in those Cig Lighters are probably about 1/4 ohm resistance.
Do you know just how much draw you actually put on that circuit ?
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Sorry guys, I thought I entered the truck info.
It is: Chevrolet Suburban LTZ 2011
Here is the "fuses diagram" from the fuse cover
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There are two fuse "boxes". The cigarette lighter on the driver's side is controlled by the fuse box that is located under the hood. The passenger and back seat cigarette lighters are controlled by the fuse box that is located on the drivers side of the dashboard. As you open the drivers door, it is on the side of the dashboard left of the steering wheel.
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Default Hi my cigarette lighter door lock power and radio went out

My Chevy Tahoe 96 I don't know what to do the power to the door lock won't work neither do the power to check the engine light or the cigarette lighter an radio I already change all the fuse under the hood IDK what else to do
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Originally Posted by 05TahoeGirl View Post
There are two fuse "boxes". The cigarette lighter on the driver's side is controlled by the fuse box that is located under the hood. The passenger and back seat cigarette lighters are controlled by the fuse box that is located on the drivers side of the dashboard. As you open the drivers door, it is on the side of the dashboard left of the steering wheel.
Would you happen to know which fuses (fuse numbers) are for the front passenger cigarette lighter and the back cigarette lighter? None of my outlets work, I changed the fuse for the front driver and it's working again, but I don't know the fuse number for the other two located in the drive side dash fuse box. Can you help me out please ma'am?
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Old July 8th, 2017, 10:28 AM
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In the 04 Suburban, both the Cig lighter and Aux fuses are in the engine compartment fuse box.
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Default Dash cig lighter 2015 3500 silverado

I cannot find the fuse that has blown to take power out of my in dash Cigarrette lighter port. My 110 outlets still works perfect the cigarrette lighter in the glove Box still works perfect. But I cannot find the fuse for the in dash

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