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2007 camry car charger ports not working

I have two car charger ports in my Camry (not cigarette lighters) and both are not functioning. Is it a fuse? Please Help.

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SOURCE: fuse box diagram 94 Toyota Camry V6 Coupe

Cigarette/radio is a 15amp fuse located in the panel, middle row, bottom fuse. Basically you have 3 colums and 4 rows of fuses in there.

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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SOURCE: 1995 camry wagon cigarette lighter not working

start with a test light and check for power at the center of the cigarette lighter socket. If power is good, then check for ground at side of lighter socket.
If no power, run wire from power wire of lighter to power wire of stereo, thus tapping the power directly and bothering to trace out where the open int he circuit may be.

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Fuse location for clock & cigarette lighter???

check under the driver side dashbord the fuses are in there...

Posted on May 10, 2009

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SOURCE: The cigarette lighter does not work on my 1997

it wil be located in the fuse box, the fuses should be listed on the box or inside the box and again in your owners manual. If you can not locate this way you will need to pull each fuse till you find the burnt fuse replacing with the same amperage fuse. Cigarette lighters can and do go bad, if you find no burnt fuses the lighter can be bad. This can be checked with any 12 volt plug accessory. Good luck.

Posted on Oct 26, 2009

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SOURCE: where is the fuse box located on a 1993 toyota

Hiya,

Your fuses on the '93 Camry are usually located behind the coinbox panel on the dashboard, somewhere near your knee.

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...and the major fuse links are in the engine bay, under a secured cover next to the battery:

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Hope this helps you...

Cheers,

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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