i have a 2000 pontiac sunfire i have no power to the OBD port


Asked by Jul 11, 2015 at 09:14 PM about the 2000 Pontiac Sunfire SE Coupe

Question type: General

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Check cigarette lighter fuse trust me it has something to do with the OBD. Just bought a code reader and would not work on a vehicle I was working on thought I had gotten hold of a bad code reader called tech support and they told me to check the cigarette lighter fuse and that was the problem. Replaced fuse code reader started working.

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where would i find cigarette lighter fuse?

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Do you have a owners manual it is in there telling you where the fuse box is located. Do not no exactly where on your vehicle because they put them in different places on vehicles.

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ok thanks


yes..gm known for that.. but other than that the code reader/sockets...

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i dont have a owners manul is the cigarette lighter fuse located in fuse panel inside the car or under the hood

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You would have to check both not sure which one it would be in.

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