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2006 ford f150 4x4 power points plugs have no power

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Most all plugs are on a common 10A breaker or fuse. Check fuse or relay.

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Can't get any accessory to work when plugged into power point or lighter point. fuses check out ok


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Ford calls them power points, if you are not talking about the one just above the ash tray ( that is the cigar lighter ).

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Do you have a 2006 or 2007/08 F-150 ?

The problem section is for the 2006, which 37 & 39 are the correct fuses.

Change in the 07-08 MY for the power point fuses

Instrument Power point is fuse #117
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Fuse #18 & Fuse #20 are for the overhead power point, one is hot in run / start ( Fuse 18 ) the other is hot all the time ( Fuse 20 )

You can download a PDF version of the Owners Manual from Ford, so you can search for terms

https://www.fleet.ford.com/maintenance/owners_manuals/default.asp

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Have a shop test the lighter plug and see if it has power and ground. If it does, whatever you have used in the lighter socket may be bad, usually there is a fuse inside the plug.

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