Well, someone asked for instructions. It is pretty simple, but I am going to go through all the details, what the consequences (minimal) are so that no one is misinformed on what this change does!
First off, I have the 2003 3.5, I'm sure all models of the same generation are the exact same, maybe less fuses depending on car options.
Take a look at the fuse block under the driver side dash. There you will see a whole lot of wires and fuses. Now, you can remove the fuse block and take it apart to see what happens
That's what you'll see. A maze, and the maze will fall apart from 2 different sides, so don't take it apart unless you have patience!
Ok, lets get down to it. Below is a picture of the fuse block that has been removed. All the fuses are in (i think they right rated ones are still in the same spot)
In the above image, it is showing you which fuses to move. Remove the two outlined, but do not put them in their destination yet.
The next image shows which wires you have to move. You now need to remove the specified wires from the according wire harness and put them into their new spot. To remove wires, you must push both tabs in at the end of the harness and pull the top section of the harness up. This will now allow you to lightly pry the plastic tabs at the side (there is one per wire) of harness and then simutaneously pull the wire out (do this for each wire).
Now, you've removed the two wires, it's time to put them in the desired location. The previous picture also shows the original location of the wires, and outlines where to put the wires.
Connect the wire harnesses back to the fuse block and put the fuses in their new location!
There are some hidden changes that you have done and I will outline here. In the next picture, there is a group of wire connector leads that don't have anything connected to it. If you loosen the fuse block, you can see that nothing is connected to them. Now, in changing the location of those two wires, you have changed which leads in this connector are live, and when they are live . . . but since nothing connects to it, it really doesn't matter . . . it's just so you know!
That's it! Turn off the car, plug something into either of the lighter sockets . . .
For future mods, in the 2nd picture i have outlined the third and, what i believe to be, final constant power fuse block spot (good for car mp3 player, etc.). Now that you have moved the lighters (that were off with the car), now maybe you can use those spots for something that you would want off with the car . . . say groundeffect neon lights!
Read this entire message while looking at your car before you dig in. If you have any questions, post them here first. It should be smooth sailing tho!
I hope everything has made sense, don't hesitate to ask for me to clarify something!