2003 ACURA TL CIGARETTE LIGHTER MANUAL
Where is the cigarette lighter fuse located on a 2003 acura
Nov 11, 2017Where is the cigarette lighter fuse located on a 2003 acura tl, my cigarette lighter is not working - Answered by a verified Mechanic for Acura where is the cigarette lighter fuse located on a 2003 acura tl, my cigarette lighter is not working. Show More. I have a 1998 Acura 3.5 RL. The cigarette lighter and the gear lights are not working.Hello I will help, You have two fuses to check, #8 in the driver side under dash fuse block and #9 in the passenger under dash fuse block. Let me know how I can help you Thanks The window would require some diagnosis, do you have a voltmeter and are you able to remove the switch from both the driver's door and the rear door?OK, check the fuses for the outlet and if you want to diagnose the window post that as a new question when you have a voltmeter. It might be the motor, wiring or the switch. Let me know if you have further questions about what fuses to check. if nothing further please complete the rating Thanks The #8 is the driver's side and the #9 is in the passenger side fuse block. I will get a location view The fuse blocks are on the ends of the dash, open the doors and pull the end covers off, the legend is on the inside of the cover Click here and here and here and here Please complete the rating if you have no further questions ThanksCorrect, if the fuse blows again, look for something stuck in a socket or a faulty power adapter plugged into the socket. Don't know your gender but if you are trying to use a curling iron, hair blower or a compressor that will overload the circuit. Please complete the rating and let me know if you have questions in the future ThanksAlways glad to help, please let me know if you have questions in the future
How do you replace the cigarette lighter in a 2003 Acura TL?
wwwers››Vehicle Cigarette LightersHow do you replace the cigarette lighter in a 2003 Acura TL? so you wont find the IAT in the 2003 acura TL Page 307 of the manual will explain this along with fuse description.