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My power outlet is not working...

Ford mustand 94 manual, power outlet isnt working. what can it be? Could it be a fuse or something with wiring?
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  • npetunina Jan 29, 2009

    stupid question -- driver or passenger side? and if im taking it down do i have to replace clips (from my experience they usually break while u try to get any panels down)...

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It can be a shot, also can be a fuse, The fuse for that should be located in the kick panel. If those do not work, you may have to replace the outlet. Most parts stores sell them for about $10.

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  • Topspeed69 Feb 01, 2009

    I am not 100% sure on your vehicle.. You should be able to determine which side. Look for a square cut out outline in the kick panel. Try under the steering wheel near the door first. That is usually where they are. You shouldn't be breaking clips. They should be made so that anyone can pull the door off. There should be a diagram on the inside of the door panel of the fuse box.

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