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Cant find cig lighter fuse on my 2003 tahoe lt

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cant find cig lighter fuse on my 2003 tahoe lt
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Chevy
Expert:  Bill replied 6 years ago.
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Hello, have you checked the underhood fuse panel also known as the bussed electrical center?

Bill :

It is in the underhood fuse panel.

JACUSTOMER-pdfuw9os- :

i did when the one of the two ent out but didnt see markings can look again

Bill :

I forget the exact way it is labeled... I can look it up in about a minute though

JACUSTOMER-pdfuw9os- :

going dnstairs to garage what are the markings?

Bill :

one sec pulling it op

Bill :

up

Bill :

ok cig/ltr and for the accessory outlets its labeled aux/pwr

JACUSTOMER-pdfuw9os- :

underhood or dashboard?

Bill :

underhood... both underhood.

Bill :

bottom of the cover should have a diagram

Bill :

the cig fuse is closer to the rear drivers side of the panel. Replace them all the time so my scan tool will power up! :)

Bill :

cig is 15 amp... aux is 20 amp

JACUSTOMER-pdfuw9os- :

replaced 1 under hod only have 1 20amp replacement

Bill :

usally it's change in the socket or accessory power cords causing the fuse to blow. So we're good for now?

JACUSTOMER-pdfuw9os- :

just changed 15 @ 20 amp fses plugged up cord and popped both fuses im using the same cord i've been usuing,do i have to just change the cord or is there another problem?

Bill :

If you're saying it popped as you pluggedin your cord...you will need to replace your cord.. usually a phone charger or ipod power cord. They often short internally and take out the fuse. The fuse is just doing its job. Get yourself a new cord.. replace the fuse and you'll be good to go. :)

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thanks

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