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I have a 2011 saab 9-3 turbo4 and I blew the fuse to my

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I have a 2011 saab 9-3 turbo4 and I blew the fuse to my cigarette outlet that is located in the center console. Which fuse do I need to replace? Could you tell me where and what # ***** to replace? I don't have a clear diagram to go by. Again, it is the fuse in the center console...not the one in the front of the vehicle below the temperature controls.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Saab
Expert:  Don 'Mo Lurch' replied 1 year ago.


sorry for the delay............
Greetings...... “Hi, I’m Don (aka MOLurch) and I look forward to helping you!”
Shows to be Fuse 22 located in the Inside Fuse Panel Left side of dash at door opening
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Customer: replied 1 year ago.
The fuse is not blown. Do I need to order a new cigarette outlet? If and where do I order from? How much? Thanks for the quick response.
Expert:  Don 'Mo Lurch' replied 1 year ago.

IF you cannot test for voltage + on "both sides", replace the fuse just in case
Fuses can "look good", but still be bad.
Prior to replacing Outlet, you need to probe the "center" of the Outlet with a Test Light or Volt Meter to be sure the Outlet is bad.
The "center" should show Voltage +
Be careful NOT to touch the inside "sides" with probe, as the sides are Ground -
Many times you can replace with Universal available at most Auto Parts Stores, but will need slight modification or:


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