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I think you meant power outlet port under front ashtray.
Manual doesn't show specifically that port but it should be either
your left knee area when you sit on driver's seat
Black plastic box under the hood near battery.
You can use test light to each fuse to find which fuse is blown.
That port is not controlled by ignition (port continued to have power 24-7, even you take key out)
what are you plugging there?? is it 12 volts??check the item for bad cable they usually break when you bend them on the connectors...if fuse keeps blowing dont use item anymore and donot bypass the fuse your car or truck will catch fire
First off the reason for instant fuse blow is because this is a positive wire grounding out or touching/crossing a grounded surface. I would first target the Cig lighter outlet connections also if the outlet is rusty inside looking, replace it.
I would check directly behind the outlet first, it sounds like the movement over the years may have caused the pos, and neg wires to un sheath, and touch. Then, if possible, trace back from there to power source, shouldn't be too awful to locate. Hope all goes well.