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The lighter socket seems to have died - it doesn't appear to have a dedicated fuse, and it looks like it's got wet and corroded at some time before I bought the car. Is this a straightforward replacement as in levering the old one out and fitting a new one or is this more complicated? All ideas welcome as my GPS only has a short battery life!
 

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Many thanks to Pauly, if he's still around, for his post a couple of years back - I finally found the secondary fusebox which is remarkably well hidden, and the fuse. And sorted...
 

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Hi- Glad there IS a fuse for the cigarette lighter and you found it okay. Incidentally, I was given a quote for the cigarette lighter assembly at £76 - I didn't believe it! However I did need a replacement 'plug in' -really just to keep the debris and damp out [car hire vehicles often remove them to dissuade smoking although mine had been lost anyway]. I got a replacement for £2 on eBay where they are easily obtained for the Chevrolet range.
 
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