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Power outlets won't work in a 2007 Chevy Uplander

Both of the power outlets (the one in the front and the one in the back will not work. If it is a fuse problem, which one is it? The manual doesn't specify power outlets or they are called something I'm not sure about.

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Sometimes Chevy calls the power outlets "Cigar".  This fuse is sometimes inside the driver's door on the left side of the dash, or under the hood in the Power Distribution Center (PDC).  It won't hurt to take any fuses out to check them.  Just make sure you don't take the ones with the yellow handles out.  Those are for your air bags.
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