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Old 11-02-2009, 12:23 PM
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where is the cigarette lighter fuse?????

i have a 2005 lx 4 door. Where is my cigarette lighter fuse i can't seem to find it?
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It's in the inside fuse panel, driver side, down by your left foot. I think it's either a 10 or 15 amp mini fuse.
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Do you know what number it is? I pulled the fuse cover and looked on the back but couldn't find one that said cigarette lighter
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The owners manual tells me that it's fuse # 9 which is listed as front accessory sockets.
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Fuse 9 and 32 both handle the 12v accessory plugs. Interior fuse box. Fuse 9 is usually the one that blows. By the way, your car doesn't have a cigarette lighter so the fuse panel won't say lighter.
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Fuse 9 and 32 both handle the 12v accessory plugs. Interior fuse box. Fuse 9 is usually the one that blows. By the way, your car doesn't have a cigarette lighter so the fuse panel won't say lighter.
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Please be advised that Fuse 9 is for the Fuel Pump not for the Front Accessory Power.

The correct fuses can be found:

1. Driver Side Fuse box
- Fuse 32 - Front Accessory Power (15A Fuse)

2. Passanger Side Fuse box
- Fuse 12 - Rear Accessory Power (15A Fuse)
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Please be advised that Fuse 9 is for the Fuel Pump not for the Front Accessory Power.

The correct fuses can be found:

1. Driver Side Fuse box
- Fuse 32 - Front Accessory Power (15A Fuse)

2. Passanger Side Fuse box
- Fuse 12 - Rear Accessory Power (15A Fuse)
Are you sure you posted this in the correct gen thread? You have an 8th gen whereas the OP has a 7th gen.
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I have a 2005 Accord 4-door and the fuse is in position #9. It is marked as Front Accessory Sockets in the manual and on the driver-side fuse panel.
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Fuse 9 and 32 both handle the 12v accessory plugs. Interior fuse box. Fuse 9 is usually the one that blows.
Fuse 9 (15A) and 32 (7.5A) is correct. White and Red wire is it's cable. Verified in my AllData DIY subscription.
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