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      12-16-2014, 10:57 AM   #23
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Anyone know the comfort access related fuse #s?
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Bear in mind the different fuse sizes when getting replacements! I'm sure many of you have already observed this, but if this is your first time looking in to this stuff (as it is for me), then this may be a useful primer on fuses: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuse_(automotive)

My cigarette lighter plug went kaput on me because I was fiddling with stuff in my center console and an iPhone USB cable got in to the plug, a few sparks, and then it went dead. I do appreciate this guide though!

I'm going to pull out the fuse when I go to get a replacement so I can make sure to get the right one.
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Bear in mind the different fuse sizes when getting replacements! I'm sure many of you have already observed this, but if this is your first time looking in to this stuff (as it is for me), then this may be a useful primer on fuses: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuse_(automotive)

My cigarette lighter plug went kaput on me because I was fiddling with stuff in my center console and an iPhone USB cable got in to the plug, a few sparks, and then it went dead. I do appreciate this guide though!

I'm going to pull out the fuse when I go to get a replacement so I can make sure to get the right one.
I've got the same problem. Which fuse is it? And what amp size?
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Cigarette lighter fuse location

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I have the same problem with both cigarette lighters, open/close car and lights on auto transmission in my e92 328i 2007. Any one nose which fuses I should replace ??
Itís a 20amp fuse. In my 325i itís number 30. Itís the very last symbol in the bottom right. Looks like a battery.

My cigarette lighter (both) went out and I just had to replace it.
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