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The OBD II socket is dead , There is no +12 volts on pin 16, Were is the fuse located ?

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SOURCE: 12 Volt Cigarette Lighter / Accessory dead

Most likely just replace it. You could pull the fuse and then use a small screwdriver to try and pull the tabs inside the receiver in toward the center a little. It could be that repeated insertion and extraction of the lighter or accessory plug has bent them outward enough that they're not making sufficient contact to power what you plug in. If that doesn't work, replace it and then put the fuse back in.

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

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SOURCE: OBD II Location 07 Mountaineer

I'm going to take a guess and say likely to be in the passenger compartment. Sometime, they are near the glove box. You can also look under the driver side compartment. There should be a plastic protective cap. Use a flashlight.

Posted on Dec 24, 2008

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SOURCE: OBD II Connector identify and location?

2004 Chevy Aveo LS, the OBD-II connector is against the panel closest to the driver's knees above the brake pedal.

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SOURCE: The 12 volt socket no longer works: the fuse

Could just be the socket itself. The single wire connected on the back tends to fall off on some vehicles. You can just pull out the socket.

Posted on Aug 01, 2009

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