You will have to lay your right ear on the carpet between the clutch and brake pedals :lol: , and look up under the dash to the left to see the fuses. Have no clue as to why they stuck the fuse sticker on the back of the pull out drawer.
I got an earful of dirt first before I realized that I could prop my right arm on the elbow and remove and replace fuses with a bent-nose pliers while shining a small light with my left hand. No cover on mine either. Cigarette-lighter fuse is red, 10A, on top row, 2nd from right, position #12. Far right is #13 and on mine, is empty.
I tend to take InsightCentral from a base-of-Mt-Sinai posture.
The cig-lighter's 10A fuse was blown, and the thing that I used to test it also blew the replacement fuse I robbed from the rear windshield wiper. When I check, the thing had an internal 5A fuse--which was also blown.
Leaving me to guess at how a, craptastically cheepcheep 12V plug-in voltmeter with a blown fuse could blow even larger fuses. When I began taking it apart, the first thing I noticed was that the spring-loaded teat was no longer spring-loaded because the spring had gone off-center--no doubt shorting the circuit in the process.
My next attempt, after I acquire a sackful of 10A fuses, will be the LED indicator on a simple USB charger.