I have a 99 Chrysler 300M. The fuse for the cigarette lighter blew out randomly, so we replaced it. I tested it afterwards and it worked. A few days later I went back out to use it and the fuse was blown again.
There is an obvious short somewhere, but how can I find and fix this problem?
UPDATE: I went to try to replace the fuse once more, but this time it didn't work. I checked the manual and it said the cavity (number 6) was the power outlet. There is a 6A and 6B, however. Under the 6A cavity is says IGN and under 6B is says battery. When I got the car it was under 6A and that's what we have been using, but now it didn't appear to work with even a new fuse. I instead put the fuse in cavity 6B and it worked. I just did this so we'll see how if it blows the fuse again, but I'm hoping this solved the problem. I'll update in a few days or if the fuse blows again.
UPDATE 2: Well that didn't last long. Fuse blew again. I'll have to wait until a nice day again to try the other suggestions people had and update then.