Question about 1997 Honda Odyssey
A blown fuse is by far the most common cause for your problem. Locate the fuse block and look for a fuse labeled "cig lit" or something similar. It is most likely a 10amp fuse. Remove the fuse and check the element. If it is broken replace it with a fuse of the same amperage.
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