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post #1 of 3 Old 08-29-2013, 01:37 PM Thread Starter
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fuse diagram 1997 wrangler 4cyl. auto

cannot find the fuse for my cigarette lighter can anyone help THX! 1=PARK LPS 20A 2=STOP LPS 20A 3=FOG LPS 20A 4-=DOOR SW DEFEAT 10A 5=AIRBAG 10A 6=REAR WIPE 20A 7=BACK-UPLP EBL,ABS 20A 8=HEVAC 20A 9=AIRBAG 10A 10=CLUSTER 10A 11=PDC COILS 10A 12=PANEL LPS 5A 13=TURN SIG 20A 14=FRT WIPE 20A 15=RADIO 10A 16=N/A 17=SPARE 20A 18=SPARE 20A 19=SPARE 10A 20=SPARE 5A

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Not sure if this helps. The cigar lighter is powered through fuse #18 (20 amp) in the fuse block (behind the glove box) I think.


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That's the right website but the link is to the parts list which isn't much help. Link to the online FSMs is in my sig. It's in the wiring - horn/cigar lighter section. The PDC is the fuse/relay box under the hood.


The accessory relay powers the cigar lighter. The
relay energizes when the ignition switch is in the
or RUN position, the switch connects circuit A1 from
fuse 3 in the Power Distribution Center (PDC) to circuit
A31. Circuit A31 powers relay coil. Circuit Z1
provides ground for the relay coil.

When the relay energizes, its connects circuit F30
from fuse 5 in the PDC to circuit F38. Circuit F38
powers the cigar lighter.

When the operator depresses the lighter, contacts
inside the lighter element close, and voltage from
circuit F38 flows through the heating element to
ground. Circuit Z1 provides ground for the lighter.
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