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Old 03-18-2009, 11:37 AM   #1
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Anybody know off hand what the fuse number or the amp fuse I need for the Power plug under my radio? Yes, I looked at the Honda Manual Diagram and searched and nothing.
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Old 03-18-2009, 12:11 PM   #2
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what do you mean, the power plug? the fuse for the radio is #35 in my civic, as stated in the owner's manual.
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r u talkin about the cig. lighter (power point)? look for Acc. in the fuze panel or Cig Lighter
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There are 2 fuses that will need to be replaced. My cig lighter would not charge my cell phone and I changed the fuse for the cig lighter, but nothing happened. I read on a fourm that there is a second fuse that also needs to be changed. I found it and my problem was fixed.

I found it, fuse 28 = 15A and fuse 29 = 15 A

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There are 2 fuses that will need to be replaced. My cig lighter would not charge my cell phone and I changed the fuse for the cig lighter, but nothing happened. I read on a fourm that there is a second fuse that also needs to be changed. I found it and my problem was fixed.

I found it, fuse 28 = 15A and fuse 29 = 15 A
woops, i guess i misread the first post. fuse 28 is listed as 'rear accessory socket', so i'm assuming the 2 sockets have seperate fuses? the op said that he needs the fuse for the front one, which is fuse 29.
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Thanks guys I just changed out fuse 29. Took an educated guess. The manual has it listed as "Accessory".
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