what would keep blowing the fuse to the cig. lighter?

Asked by Oct 03, 2013 at 11:34 AM about the 1994 Lincoln Town Car Signature

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

No pwr to cig. lighter, front seat, blows fuse when try to replace it. All other fuses are ok.

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8,425

Check for a coin dropped in one of the lighter sockets. I've seen this many times on other vehicles.

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nope, and I disconnected the lighter and the fuse still blows.

8,425

Is there more than one lighter in the car? Check those. I can't locate a wiring diagram.

8,425

According to the fuse-box diagram, it's a 30 amp fuse for all the lighters. See the link: http://www.autofuseboxdiagram.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/92-94-Lincoln-Town-Car-Fuse-Box-Map.jpg

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8,425

Check the owner's manual for proper amp rating also.

26,665

Typically, there are 3 cigar lighters. The only devices on that 30A circuit are the cigar lighters. One in the dash and one in each rear door. You could have a chaffed wire, a bad cigar lighter element or a penny in one. 30A is the proper rating.

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