Where is the cigarette lighter on a 1999 sebring jxi convertable

Asked by Oct 09, 2013 at 03:27 PM about the Chrysler Sebring

Question type: General

Just bought the car used (as is), and need the cigarette lighter socket to power a GPS unit

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It won't be marked lighter, it could say PWR or AUX on the cover if it still exists, should be located down low on the center of the dash just above the console.

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Have a keyed ignition aux plug installed, befor you use a cig. lighter plug. The GPS will kill your batt. in time. The cig. lighter has power all the time, even at night when you are not useing it, and also a draw on the batt. The GPS, when turned off still charges its batt, thus draining your car batt. this in time will cause your car to not start.

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