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Old 11th May 2006, 11:02   #1
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anyone knows where the cigarette lighter fuse is located in the indigo and how to identify it ? the fuses in the box under the steering column & under the front passenger seat seem fine.
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Check the engine bay, the markings should be on the fuse box cover identifying the fuses.

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yea the engine bay fuses are fine. they're the primary fuses for ignition, accessories etc. i seem to have blown only the cigarette lighter fuse as everything else is working properly
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You have checked all the fuses right? Maybe its the cigarette lighter thats gone bad. My indicas cigarette lighter used to act funny at times. To make it work i had to keep it pressed in with the thumb for sometime and manually pull it out...used to work then.

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