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    ULB
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    Default 2004 Yukon Cig apadptor not working HELP!

    Hi guys,

    Plugged in a lunchbox stove to the cigarette lighter adapter 12 volt
    acessory. Was cooking up some stew. Wanted to make sure the battery
    was not getting low, so I started the truck.

    As soon as I started the truck, the stove cut off. Now, there are two
    cig adapters in the truck in the front dash. The one that actually
    has the cigarette lighter is the one that no longer works. I looked
    at fuses on the driver side, but cant really see anything labeled cig
    lighter. I pulled a few like Secondary accessoty etc, and they look
    fine.

    Are both cig adapters in the dash on the same circuit? If not, where
    in the heck is the fuse at? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks all!

    And yes, I have plugged other adapters into both, and only one is
    active (the left side is good).

    Help. thanks guys!



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    Big Al
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    "ULB" <ultralightbackpacker@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:bca2a857-09ac-4326-9d27-12a5c9b97cb6@e23g2000prf.googlegroups.com...
    > Hi guys,
    >
    > Plugged in a lunchbox stove to the cigarette lighter adapter 12 volt
    > acessory. Was cooking up some stew. Wanted to make sure the battery
    > was not getting low, so I started the truck.
    >
    > As soon as I started the truck, the stove cut off. Now, there are two
    > cig adapters in the truck in the front dash. The one that actually
    > has the cigarette lighter is the one that no longer works. I looked
    > at fuses on the driver side, but cant really see anything labeled cig
    > lighter. I pulled a few like Secondary accessoty etc, and they look
    > fine.
    >
    > Are both cig adapters in the dash on the same circuit? If not, where
    > in the heck is the fuse at? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    > Thanks all!
    >
    > And yes, I have plugged other adapters into both, and only one is
    > active (the left side is good).
    >
    > Help. thanks guys!


    20 AMP fuse. Look at the diagram on the cover or in your owners manual. The
    stock GM lighter sockets like to short out when connected to a heavy load.
    They are a bear to replace in some vehicles. You can get them at most parts
    houses, www.victorproducts.net, about $6.

    Al



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    ULB
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    Default Re: 2004 Yukon Cig apadptor not working HELP!

    On Jan 17, 9:43*pm, "Big Al" <nospams...@qwest.net> wrote:
    > "ULB" <ultralightbackpac...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    >
    > news:bca2a857-09ac-4326-9d27-12a5c9b97cb6@e23g2000prf.googlegroups.com...
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > Hi guys,

    >
    > > Plugged in a lunchbox stove to the cigarette lighter adapter 12 volt
    > > acessory. *Was cooking up some stew. *Wanted to make sure the battery
    > > was not getting low, so I started the truck.

    >
    > > As soon as I started the truck, the stove cut off. *Now, there are two
    > > cig adapters in the truck in the front dash. *The one that actually
    > > has the cigarette lighter is the one that no longer works. *I looked
    > > at fuses on the driver side, but cant really see anything labeled cig
    > > lighter. *I pulled a few like Secondary accessoty etc, and they look
    > > fine.

    >
    > > Are both cig adapters in the dash on the same circuit? *If not, where
    > > in the heck is the fuse at? *Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    > > Thanks all!

    >
    > > And yes, I have plugged other adapters into both, and only one is
    > > active (the left side is good).

    >
    > > Help. *thanks guys!

    >
    > 20 AMP fuse. Look at the diagram on the cover or in your owners manual. The
    > stock GM lighter sockets like to short out when connected to a heavy load.
    > They are a bear to replace in some vehicles. You can get them at most parts
    > houses,www.victorproducts.net, about $6.
    >
    > Al- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    Hi Al,

    Thanks for responding.

    So if I read that correctly, there really are two (2) sepratate fuses
    for each cigarette receptacle?

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    aarcuda69062
    Guest

    Default Re: 2004 Yukon Cig apadptor not working HELP!

    In article
    <bca2a857-09ac-4326-9d27-12a5c9b97cb6@e23g2000prf.googlegroups.co
    m>,
    ULB <ultralightbackpacker@yahoo.com> wrote:

    > Hi guys,
    >
    > Plugged in a lunchbox stove to the cigarette lighter adapter 12 volt
    > acessory. Was cooking up some stew. Wanted to make sure the battery
    > was not getting low, so I started the truck.
    >
    > As soon as I started the truck, the stove cut off. Now, there are two
    > cig adapters in the truck in the front dash. The one that actually
    > has the cigarette lighter is the one that no longer works. I looked
    > at fuses on the driver side, but cant really see anything labeled cig
    > lighter. I pulled a few like Secondary accessoty etc, and they look
    > fine.
    >
    > Are both cig adapters in the dash on the same circuit? If not, where
    > in the heck is the fuse at? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    > Thanks all!
    >
    > And yes, I have plugged other adapters into both, and only one is
    > active (the left side is good).
    >
    > Help. thanks guys!


    The cigarette lighter fuse is located in the underhood fuse
    block, 15 amp

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