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My auxiliary power outlet is not working

2007 Tacoma
The "cigarrette lighter" is working, but the power outlet on the RH side is not. I have plugged several different things into both with the same results. I checked all the fuses and they are fine. Not sure where to go from here.
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There are three (3) fuses involved here. The one that is most likely the culprit is the 15A one in the fuse box under the hood, near the battery. Check the underhood fuse box, replace any blown fuses.

The other two fuses (also 15A) are in the interior fuse box, probably left side kick panel.

Posted on Jul 10, 2008

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They are not on the same fuse, give me more info on the 4 wheel drive issue.

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There are 2 fuses that powers the radio, cigar lighter, etc.
They are: the 10 amp "GAUGE" and the 15 amp "CIG".
Look under the dash, on the driver side. The "CIG" fuse is the one that you need to replace.
It is in the middle of the fusebox, bottom row. again, a 15 amp fuse.
Please advise if you need additional information.

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have you checked the fuse . if this helps please rate joe

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most of the things you mention comes under acessories so try the fuse and it should be a 20 amp yelow fuse

Posted on Dec 01, 2008

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