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Power outlets don"t work

The power outlet and cigarette lighter don't work. I have replaced the blown fuse, but as soon as I plug anything into them (ie phone charger, ipod transmitter) the fuse blows. I have replaced it with a 20 amp fuse like it says in the book and have also tried ones aith a little more amp and all of them blow. Also the lights on the ac panel fade in and out. Sometimes all of them are on sometimes half are on and sometimes none of them are on.

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Be sure what you are plugging into the outlet has the same polarity as the outlet itself. Some of todays accessories being foreign made have a reverse polarity versus american made cars.

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