My radio and cigarette lighter has no power

Asked by Jan 08, 2016 at 06:20 PM about the 1999 Honda Accord EX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My radio and cigarette lighter on my 1999 Honda Accord has no power I tested all the fuses and their are all good any help please!!
Thanks william

3 Answers


Make sure your car is turned off and the keys are out of the ignition. Find your fuse box panel, your manual will tell you it is. Some vehicles have more than one. The manual will tell you which fuse box your radio fuse is in. Look for the AUX and Radio fuses. Pull them with your supplied fuse puller. Look in the center of the fuse and see if the fuse has blown. You can tell by comparing and extra fuse with the other fuses. If it's bad replace the fuse with the exact size and color as the fuse that went bad. This will most likely be the culprit.

2 people found this helpful.

Hi i have the same problem on my 2015 honda crv i just posted the same question if you figured it out please let me know cause iam goung crazy trying to figure out whats wrong cause i gotta have my tunes n lighter to charge my phone so let me know thanks tatzz

Open the front passenger door, there is a fuse panel attached to the dashboard. Check No. 9 yellow color 20amps. I just solved same problem.

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