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All three of my lighter jacks stop working today on my 200 sivera

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In my old car the jacks all went out. It was what I would never have expected, their was a gum wrapper in the jack. It kept all of the other jacks from working. Make sure their is not anything stopping the circuit.  

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This might sound obvious but check the fuses,sometimes it's really simple.

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