Question about 2004 GMC Envoy
Cant find the fuses for the power outlets in my 2004 gmc envoy
I just purchased a 2002 Envoy and had the same problem. If you raise the drivers's side rear seat, you will see a big black box. Remove this box by pulling the bottom of the box outward and it will come straight up. Next you will see a black cover. This cover has a push tab on each end. Push
the tabs at the same time and lift up on the cover and it can be removed. Inside the cover there is a fuse diagram. The fuse number for my 2002 was #46. This fuse controls the front plugs and #15 controls the back plugs. Locate the the fuse puller on the top left, then count over to spare fuse #3. Between #3 and #4 the fuse is located about 1 1/2 inches below those fuses. You will see a yellow 20 amp pin fuse (BP/ATM-20RP AUTOZONE). remove and check fuse.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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