Question about 2006 Dodge Stratus
If you are sure the outlet is to blame and not the charger, it could get a little tricky trying to diagnose the wiring without a wiring diagram and a little electrical knowledge. I dont know if you were just sitting in your car or going down the road, but keep in mind some power outlets are switched off by the ignition key. Beyond those few thoughts, wouldnt hurt to have a qualified mechanic look at it, I've seen enough people screw up the computer when they thought they knew enough about wiring in vehicles and that is not cheap.
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