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The forward two power outlets have shorted out on my 2008 Highlander.The fuses in the main panel under the hood are all GOOD.Is there a relay switch or other hidden fuse board ? How do I reset my power outlets?

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There is a fuse/junction block under the left side of the dash, you need to replace the Acc. Sock. fuse 20amp

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