Question about 2001 Chevrolet Suburban
Looking for guidance on where to plug in this "CigSock" adapter for my 2001 suburban.. The Cig Sock package only sys it must be connected to fuse protected circuit NOT to exceed 10amps. but i have no idea where to plug it in or how to identify the proper circuit as needed. anyone have pointers they can share?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
More than likely your looking at the towing package for wiring a hitch to your vehicle for towing a trailer. Probably can use some of that, but I'm sure if you stopped in at a GM dealer and explained what your trying to do, they'd have someone look & confirm for you that it's o.k. or not to use that harness, without a big service charge.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
yes most likely a fuse is blown for that circuit, look in fuse box for blown fuses, replace the ones blown ,hope to help ,robert b.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
check all power outlets for loose change or metal objects in the doubble check the rears. fuse should be located on drivers side fuse pannal on side of dash
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
Try checking the low pressure and high pressure switches. If one of these are faulty it can keep compressor from working. Take a paper clip and jump the ports on the plug in for the switches and see if the compressor comes on if it does then that switch is bad.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
Testimonial: "Makes very good sense. Logically you don't want the comressor to run with no refregirant in the system. I did not know about this fail safe mode. "
SOURCE: The accessories 12 V plug
I don't have a solution for this problem(yet) but have the exact same issue with a 2005 Silverado. All fuses are good and the cigarette lighter outlet works fine. I am looking to get my hands on a copy of the wiring diagram for this truck. I suspect that there is an inline fuse somewhere in the system that has blown but haven't been able to locate. If anyone has a copy of the service(or Haynes) manual for this truck, I would appreciate a copy of the wiring diagram that shows the accessory outlet.
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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