Question about 1999 Chevrolet Metro
Where can i find the fuse for the cigarette lighter in a 1999 geo metro LSI?
I have a similar prob with this crappy lighter. The lighter & radio run off the same fuse.
The fuse block is located near the hood release lever, under the dashboard towards the left side of the car. It's about 6" x 3" and white plastic. Can't miss it. The cover snaps off and the fuse is blue colored and 15 amp (says 15 on it).You can buy a pack of 5 of these at Walmart for about $3.
Looking at the fuse block, go to the furthest left verticle row of fuses. It should be the last or next to last 15 amper from the bottom. You will need needle nose pliers to pull it out.
Make sure ignition is off and start pulling 15 amp fuses, one at a time from the bottom then moving up and check to see if they are blown. You shouldn't have to pull more than 4 of them to find it.
What I plan to do is splice and aftermarket (Radio Shack) inline fuse into the hot or + side of the lighter wires. This way, hopefully if the lighter shorts, it won't take the clock and radio with it and will be much easier to replace the little "barrel" style fuse. Just make sure it's 15 amps. Hope this helps. ♥♥♥♥
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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