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12volt charger sockets do not work.

My charger sockets do not work, where is the fuse panel and is that what I need to look at and check?

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The fuse panel is usually on the drivers side either open the door and look on the side of your dash or it will be on the floorborad . pull the cover off and inside they should have written what each fuse controlles. if not pull each fuse and look to see if you can see any broken wires or a dusty/powerdery white in the fuse case. usually that marks a blown fuse.

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