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12 volt outlet does not work

What fuse could that be to make it work again is it running off of another fuse and what size so I can fix it

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    check the owners manual for the fuse location.

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I believe it should be the same one that was removed when it was burnt out. If not available on the back of the fuse door should be a schematic that indicates which fuse need to be in that slot and the application it is protecting, on lighter or 12v sockets a 15 or 20 amp, but fuse should be replaced with the vehicle reccomended size fuse.

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