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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Re: power outlets won't work in a 2007 Chevy Uplander
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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I have 07 Chevy up landed and reduced engine power comes on and I can't start the van I changed the TB and worked good for a month or so now I have the same problem again saying reduced engine power not sure what to do
Since the Uplanders have the long (front to back) skinny gas tank, with the outlet to the rear; if you run out of gas with the front/nose inclined lower than the rear, then it can take upwards of 5 to 8 gallons to get it started again. It was written up in a GM TSB. Two gallons won't start it. When the gage reads less than 1/2, it's not a good idea to park with the front lower than the rear...unless you carry a full 5 gal. refill. Thank you GM engineering.
Have you checked the Aux switch near the bottom of the center control console. There should be a knob with: Aux, Off, 1, 2, 3. This is the switch for the rear AC blower. If the driver wants to control the rear AC, use the 1, 2, 3 settings. If you put it on Aux, Than the rear AC is controlled by the passenger in the back seat using the extra controls located on the Overhead DVD player. (The front AC must be on the rear to work)
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if these fuses are good and they have power at the fuse panel, the outlet itself may be bad. if your inclined and you have a test light you can check to see if the outlet has power going to it by probing the wires on the back of the outlet if you can get to them. test the red and white wire for 12v positive and test the black wire for a good ground. if those wires test ok then it its the outlet itself that is bad. if the wires do not test ok then there is a break in a wire somewhere which will have to be traced and repaired