Question about 2001 Pontiac Aztek
I have no power to any of the accessory outlets
Have you checked any of the fuses in the interior fuse panel. It is usually located in the front dash panel just to the left of the drivers knee. There is usually a small fuse puller on the inside of the fuse panel cover. Pull the fused out one at a time and check them. Hold them up to the light and you can see a small U shaped piece of wire. If the wire is broken that particular fuse is blown.
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