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My front power outlets are out and I'm sure it is a blown fuse. Is this something I can replace myself or does it have to be done at the dealership? If I can replace it, where is the fuse located? Thank you.

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  • Chris H May 13, 2013

    I have same problem, but every time I replace it , it blows immedeately when I plug in lighter or phone charger. the problem I guess further up the chain but no Idea

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HI the fuse your looking for will be in the underhood fuse box and it is fuse #32 and it will be a 20 amp. Hope this helps

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