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Extra cigarette power outlets do not work

Only the main cigarette lighter has power, i checked the fuses and there good. Is there something simple that I am missing?

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Hi, I just bought an '06 Envoy XL with the same problem. Just fixed it. There is a fuse box under the rear seat on the driver's side. Look for a 20A yellow fuse towards the center line of the vehicle. Check your owners manual if you need more clarity. Change that and I think you'll find the problem solved.

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