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    middle row cig lighter fuse location?

    Hi guys,
    Front row, both cig sockets are working.
    Rear cargo, both cig sockets are working (additional one due to Traxide)
    But the middle row cig socket is not working.

    Sure, you may say this is minor, but when this powers up the 3 x daughters ipads for multiple hours per day travelling I may well have cancelled Christmas!

    Just wondered where the fuse is the for the middle row cig socket please?

    Also, is that just a blank plate on the left next to the socket?

    ciggy.jpg

    Thanks

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    Don't hold me to it, but pretty sure it's in the fuse panel in behind the glove box.

    The blank panel in my car had an 3.5mm Aux-in socket (where you have the little plug)
    Jkwark
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    Surprisingly it might be in the fuse box . If I recall correctly the legend for the fuses is with the fuse box.

    Garry

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    Quote Originally Posted by 101RRS View Post
    Surprisingly it might be in the fuse box . If I recall correctly the legend for the fuses is with the fuse box.

    Garry
    OK, stupid question in hind sight. I couldn't work out what isolated the middle row ciggy from the other two rows.
    Anyway, yes the fuse box was the answer.
    For those playing at home. Lower glove box, fuse 55, 20A and pleased to find that it was stuffed. So easy fix once I source another 20A fuse (and grab some spares for next time!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeGee View Post
    OK, stupid question in hind sight. I couldn't work out what isolated the middle row ciggy from the other two rows.
    Anyway, yes the fuse box was the answer.
    For those playing at home. Lower glove box, fuse 55, 20A and pleased to find that it was stuffed. So easy fix once I source another 20A fuse (and grab some spares for next time!).
    Spare fuses are housed in the lower left section of the fuse box. Six or eight of them from memory.
    2013 D4 expedition equipped
    1966 Army engineering trailer
    (previously SII 2.25 swb, SIII 2.25 swb & lwb, P38 Vogue, 1993 LSE 3.9V8 then HS2.8)

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