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This is a discussion on Cigarette Lighter Fuse within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; where is it? I installed the jazzy board on my 06 WRX SW, a while ago, but yesterday the IPod ...

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    Cigarette Lighter Fuse

    where is it?
    I installed the jazzy board on my 06 WRX SW, a while ago, but yesterday the IPod charger stopped working after I removed the cigarette lighter plug that was powering my Sirius radio.

    I have the IPod charger connected to the lighter cables but the IPod is not charging anymore, so my guess is I blown the Cig Lighter socket fuse...but the fuse is not in the engine fuse box. Any idea where the little bastard is?

    thanks.

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    I'm not positive if it's there or not, but there is the cabin fuse box located behind and to the left of the steering wheel, behind the coin tray. Page 11-41 of the '06 Impreza Manual shows you how to open it up. On the box itself is a diagram of all the fuses. Spares are in the top of the engine bay fuse box. I recently hardwired a radar detector into my 12V socket, and I do not remember seeing an inline fuse on it. Hope that helps!

    EDIT: just saw it while looking more in the manual, on pg. 12-6. The cigarette lighter fuse is indeed in the box behind the coin tray, its fuse #4, a 20amp fuse, one of which should be in the engine bay fuse box cover.
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    Oook. Let me check....

    Yep It's there, weird that the #4 fuse should protect also the rear windows that are working fine...
    I'll check better from home...

    Thanks! I should have checked the manual first.
    Last edited by BlueBlurr; 05-11-2007 at 05:53 PM.

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