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1997 Ford F150 - No power at accessory or cigarette outlets

I have no power for my cell phone charger or GPS at the accessory plug next to the cigarette ligher on my 1997 Ford f150.

The fuse panel has numbers for the fuses but is not labels what they are for.

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Yes,the fuse is blown if you have a owners manual you will find which number repersents the cig lighter/accessorys fuse this a very common fuse to blow.You can buy a little fuse tester very cheap and its handy to have.hope this helps.adrian

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

  • Paula Aug 05, 2012

    That is the problem - can not find my owners manual.... need the diagram. Thank you though.

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Replace fuse 10 in the underhood fuse box just behind the air filter housing

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

  • Paula Aug 05, 2012

    Blessign to you - thank you.

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