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    Quote Originally Posted by McClintoc View Post
    People, come on! Easy fix...check your owner's manual. There will be a diagram in there that takes up a whole page. On the next page will be a list of all the fuses. It will tell you which one goes to the cig lighter. It may also be called something along the lines of an auxiliary power outlet. Worse case scenario, find your fuse boxes and start pulling them out, one by one (putting each one back where you got it before pulling the next one), until you find one that is blown. Replace any that are blown.
    That would have been my first answer

    I did find this on google though: (The google search said 2004 silverado 1500) but do not quote me on that since I am not familiar with the electrical on that year. It looks allot like the one in my 2000 which it should to a certain degree.

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    If the selector for the head lights doesn't work replace it they have them at autozone usually. Also do the check all fuses, like all the fuses,(ones in side the cab and under the hood) if your really having that many electrical problems and buy the right size fuses and replace any that just kinda look bad.

    Head light selector.
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    2004 Silverado 5.3L


    Hello all, thanks for the replies even though I am super late to getting around to updating this thread.

    I ride a bike all summer/fall/spring and switch to the truck in the winter.

    I finally got around to replacing that (unblown slightly discolored at the prongs) fuse and now my right cig lighter is working the left one (originally held the broken mp3 player i removed with pliers like a dumbass while the acc. electronics were still on and saw sparks) is still broke. Did touching it with those pliers FUBAR it? The fuse is definitely replaced and the right one definitely works.

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    It might of messed it up. I'm sure you can get a replacement for cheap on amazon. If no other system is broken then maybe the socket is just dead or the wire are damaged.

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