2004 Nissan Quest -- where's the fuse box diagram?

Greetings, Does anyone know where the fuse box diagram is located? I cannot find any documentation on this.
Thanks, Doug

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snipped-for-privacy@aa.aa.com says...

When all else fails, RTFM!
Page 8-23 and 8-24 of the owners manual shows where the 2 fuse boxes are located. 1 is on the left lower dashboard and has the diagram on the inside cover. The other is under the hood (passenger side) and has the diagram on the top of the cover.
Chuck
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I RTFM last night. Show me, on pages 8-23-24 where it tells me which fuse controls the cigarette lighters. As a matter of fact, show me where I can find the fuse layout as my original post asked. I popped the cover off of the fuse box shown on page 8-23 (last night) and there is an explanation of the fuses contained in that fuse box. A few of the fuses are labeled in such a way that I don't know what the abbreviated label means, but nevertheless I didn't see any of them which in my opinion would be in the cigarette lighter circuitry. Most manuals contain the fuse layout in the manual and that is what I cannot find.
Doug
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snipped-for-privacy@aa.aa.com says...

My, you're a nasty little twerp. If you speak to the service people at Nissan the same way you speak to those trying to help you answer your questions, it's no wonder they're ignoring your issue. BTW, you asked about the fuse box diagram, NOT the location of the fuse that controls the cig lighter.
FWIW, most owners manuals do NOT include a fuse layout, OR a wiring diagram. That information is contained in the SERVICE manual. Go to Nissan and shell out $120 and they'll be happy to give you one.
I'd tell you which fuse controls the cig lighter, but think a smart guy like you would be better served by finding it yourself. Try pulling fuses until it no longer functions.
Chuck (who is beginning to understand why NissTech gets PO'd by some on this NG)
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Nah, I think you won't tell 'cause you don't know where it is. :-)
But you started it. You told me to RTFM, so I responded as you did.
And, btw, my Buick Century has the fuse layout in the Service section of the owners manual, so 'no', you don't have to buy the service manual to obtain this info.
In any case, thanks for the help.
Doug
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