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Old 02-05-2007, 08:05 AM
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Cigarette & front power point fuses

Where is the fuse location & number for these items? I have a 05 F150 STX. I have tried fuse 41 with no luck. Please help.
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Old 02-05-2007, 09:38 AM
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did you pull the front right passengers side panel off? on the back of the plastic there should be a map of the fuse panel with every fuse numbered, then I think in the manual you can match the #s up...sounds like u may have already done this.
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Did you look in your OWNER'S MANUAL? It's all in there.

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Old 02-05-2007, 07:23 PM
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You did get to the point where the front dash 12V power point is a separate fuse then the Cigar lighter right ?

41 is only the Cigar lighter.
39 is the Power point in the dash.

The other question, is what are you using to check for power ?
The 12V male plug some times has a small glass fuse in the end of it, that could be blown. This looks like the old glass cartridge fuses that were in cars in the 70's. Maybe it is a newer one with a ATM style fuse in the side ?

Use another DC power plug / assy to check if the power point / cigar lighter is blown, or if the smaller AMP fuse in the DC plug you are using is blown.
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