Question about 2005 Kia Sorento
Either the fuse is popped or the power point is defective. Take a 12 volt test light (avail from any auto parts store for about $4) and touch the center of the socket it should light the 12 volt test light, make sure you have a good ground or the test will be invalid. If the socket shows no power then refer to the owners manual and locate the fuse for it, if that is ok you need the power point socket replaced. If you do not have an owners manual you can download one here.
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