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#16 (permalink) Old 07-05-2009, 07:22 AM
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Re: Where is the right cigarette lighter fuse?

I believe that one is hot all the time and the other is only hot with the ignition on.

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Re: Where is the right cigarette lighter fuse?

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There is def. one fuse for each outlet. I just changed 2 of the 3. Two of them are on the left column of fuses in the cab. One of them is on the right column. All 3 are clearly listed on the fuse chart that is on the cover.
correct ^^^^ and the left (driver side) outlet is the one that is always on.

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Re: Where is the right cigarette lighter fuse?

I got the same problem, I tried looking for the fuse in the dash but all of them seem fine, my right power outlet didnt work ever since I got my truck but the left one is fine, as well as the one in the center console. I cant seem to be ale to find the fuse for the right side, could there be another fuse inside the outlet itself? please help, il post a picture in a minute where the fuses are. Thanks in advance for any help.
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Re: Where is the right cigarette lighter fuse?

so I found the fuses but none of them are blown, what else could it be?
http://www.titantalk.com/forums/memb...n-fuse-box.jpg

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Re: Where is the right cigarette lighter fuse?

any help would be appreciated, I hope I get that right power outlet to work. Thanks in advance, hope the pictures help
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Re: Where is the right cigarette lighter fuse?

I guess we need a sticky on this....I tested my outlets when I blew a fuse on my '06

The right (passenger side outlet) is: "C/Lighter" left side fuse box

Rear outlet is underneath ^^^^ that one and is: "Power socket console" left side fuse box

The left side (Driver side ) is: "Power socket CPM" and is on the right side of the fuse box

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Re: Where is the right cigarette lighter fuse?

swap fuses with another power outlet and see if the problem follows.

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so I found the fuses but none of them are blown, what else could it be?
http://www.titantalk.com/forums/memb...n-fuse-box.jpg

http://www.titantalk.com/forums/memb...ox-diagram.jpg
that top picture is wrong ^^^^ it is a 15 amp fuse lower in the picture.

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Re: Where is the right cigarette lighter fuse?

what do you mean with the picture is wrong? 15amp fuse lower??? please explain, should I switch the 15 with 10 or what are you saying?
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Re: Where is the right cigarette lighter fuse?

solved the problem, thanks allot, I had to check every fuse until i found the one for the right lighter. the 15amp. thanks again.
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what do you mean with the picture is wrong? 15amp fuse lower??? please explain, should I switch the 15 with 10 or what are you saying?
that #1 circled fuse is not one of the power outlets

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solved the problem, thanks allot, I had to check every fuse until i found the one for the right lighter. the 15amp. thanks again.
I guess the pictures, the diagram on the back of the fuse cover and me telling you excatly what fuse to look for was not enough?

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Re: Where is the right cigarette lighter fuse?

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I guess the pictures, the diagram on the back of the fuse cover and me telling you excatly what fuse to look for was not enough?
Just a little too vague.




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Re: Where is the right cigarette lighter fuse?

I just couldn't make out what you were saying, I went by the diagram that's why I didn't think it was wrong, My bad. Im glad this forum exists, cause it saves a ton of money and time. Thanx allot again.
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Post Re: Where is the right cigarette lighter fuse?

Agreed. There is one fuse per outlet.

Here's how the three fuses layout in the fuse block:

***** C/Lighter****** ** Power Socket CPM**
|------------------------| |------------------------|
| 15A Pass Side Outlet **| | 15ADrivers Side Outlet* |
|------------------------| |------------------------|

*Power Socket Console*
|------------------------|
|***15A Rear Outlet *** |
|------------------------|

The OEM fuses are difficult to tell if they're blown or not (especially in the middle of the night). I found some MINI fuses at Checker that light up after they blow. Handy!!
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