Were is the cigarette lighter fuse for 2004 grand prix

Asked by Nov 28, 2013 at 01:15 AM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Look at your fuse guide in your manual and read closely it could be run off another fuse that runs more then one thing and could be hard to miss with the tiny writing. it could be named as "power outlet" or "power point" as well.

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Look at your fuse guide in your manual and read closely it could be run off another fuse that runs more then one thing and could be hard to miss with the tiny writing. it could be named as "power outlet" or "power point" as well. If you can't find anything like that just pull fuses one by one but put them back I'm place immediately after if they ain't blown. There is a fuse box under your hood too look at the diagram for that. If you find the fuse and it not blown then it's the plug in itself, wich is common.

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Cigarette lighter, really? Didn't any car after about model year 2000 had one. dhw270 is right. It is probably listed as a power outlet in your owner's manual and, if you don't have a manual, the fuse is probably a 10 or 15 amp value.

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It is actually not listed in the diagram. It is the 25 amp fuse under the hood in Row 8! Guaranteed.

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This is why i hate forums thought i was goin to get a straight forward answer!! Simple ? And as usual the 3 top post are telling me to look in my owner manual thanks thanks so much

the way Jason said it is the 25 amp fuse under the hood ....thank you Jason that was very helpful ....

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