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Accessory plugs will not work

I have a 2002 Ford Explorer. The accessory plugs (cell chargers, GPS, chargers, etc.) have stopped working. Neither plug will work, front/rear.
I checked the fuses under the dash and could not find any that needed replacing.
Any suggestions or what specific fuse I should look at?
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  • Mike Bishop Dec 29, 2008

    Thanks.

    I've double checked all fuses, under the dash and hood. Still have the problem.

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