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Blown front accessory power outlet - 2006 Chevrolet Uplander

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  • csemberson Jul 11, 2009

    well i cant find where the fuse for the accessory power outlet is? The accessory power outlet in the back is working fine? Would they be on the same fuse? Where is the fuse for the accessory power outlet? Sue

  • csemberson Jul 12, 2009

    Please respond to additional questions in regards to accessory power outlet that I have asked.

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Is the fuse blown or is the outlet burnt? Ck for a bad fuse ck your manual for location of fuse box and the power outlet fuse.

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

  • John Fourteen Six Jul 13, 2009

    Open the drivers side door and ck right by the side of the dash, also should be a panel on the pass-
    side, becareful pulling any fuses. Try these places for the fuse panel. repost. for more help

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