Question about 1999 Plymouth Voyager
They used to work but stopped working one day after I uses a small air compressor on it. I looked in the owners manual and could not find a fuse listed for these power outlets. Any ideas? 1999 Plymoth Voyager
It sounds like the receptical has shorted out. Remove the receptical and make sure the ground wire (black wire) is in tact, and make sure the wire to the center of the receptical (power wire) is securely attached. If both are secure, the receptical is faulty and needs to be replaced.
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