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    Default Fuse blown, but which one?

    I have got no power going to both of the cigarette lighters in my '04 cdti.
    Of course, a fuse has blown but no idea which one.

    I have a feeling it is one of those tiny fuses in the boot compartment. Any ideas?

    Mike

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    the fuses you need are located in the passengers end of the dash,i think behind a small panel with a airbag warning sign on, if i,m not mistaken..

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    Quote Originally Posted by xf8u39 View Post
    I have a feeling it is one of those tiny fuses in the boot compartment. Any ideas?
    Take all the guesswork away and reach for the handbook in the glovebox.

    Alternately, download a pdf copy from Vauxhall's website

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    Sorry, I don't have owners manual or a Haynes hence the post.

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    As I said, you can get one from Vauxhall's website

    http://www.vauxhall.co.uk/manuals.html

    The handbook year might be different, but in most cases the fuses and ratings will be the same.

    To save you looking though, in a 2003 and 2007 handbook the fuse is number 22 in the passenger side box, a 30 amp rated one.
    Last edited by Big Dave; 31st January 2012 at 14:02.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Dave View Post
    As I said, you can get one from Vauxhall's website

    http://www.vauxhall.co.uk/manuals.html

    The handbook year might be different, but in most cases the fuses and ratings will be the same.

    To save you looking though, in a 2003 and 2007 handbook the fuse is number 22 in the passenger side box, a 30 amp rated one.
    failing that, just check all of them!! potentially find others you might not have known had blown!!

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