Cigarette lighter replacement

Asked by Jan 28, 2018 at 08:06 PM about the 2015 Honda CR-V

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi dear, my Honda crv 2015 doesn't charge my
phone and the issue is because I used the inflator
to inflate the tire and the inflator's wires got
connected together and burned some fuses and
since then no more charging. I tried to replace
some fuses but I couldn't fix it, it has 2 cigarette
lighters and the same thing happened to both of
them. What should I do? Or maybe I don't know the
exact fuse or how it looks if the fuse burns or if the
fuses are good what else it could be?
Thanks

3 Answers

115,975

Your owners manual should help find the correct fuse but it is not that hard to check them all.

299,855

Probably the fuses. Can you have a friend help you out? If pull the fuse out, look at it by the front or back, the metal should be continuous. Make sure you push it in all the way.

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36,965

If it's too hard to pull each fuse and hold them up to the light to check if they're good, pick yourself up a little fuse tester at any parts store or even Wallmart. Then just touch the prongs of the fuse tester to the tops of the fuses and it will light up if they are good. You can quickly check all the fuses in a few minutes. If you buy a kit of fuses (like ATM mini's) it'll come with a tester and an assortment of fuses.

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