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I cannot get power from 12 adapter - 2007 Camry

I try to run a GPS or cell phone and can't get power from it. Using two different plugs.

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Try rotating the device end of the plug(part in the socket), sometimes it doesnt connect the two links inside.

Also it could just have a short in it. even though the car is fairly new.

Try another device, and check to see if it's not the device chargers itself. Try to use your cigarrette adapter. If that doesnt work than you have a short in the wiring. IT is easily and cost freindly to replace.

Good luck.

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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