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Plugged in my GPS and no power from the outlets. the one in front or the back. How can i fix this? i can't find a fuse for them. or is there one?

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Yes there is a fuse check under the lid of the fuse panel it will say acc. or cigar lighter. the fuse could be in possition 86 but I can not read the diagram well enough to be sure which fuse it is.

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