When i plug into either front or back power outlets i get nothing and i can not seem to locate fuses or fusible link the manuel at library offered no help.what fuse might this be listed as or could there be another problem.
I JUST FOUND MY PROBLEM BY FINDING THE FUSE AND RELAY BOX (CENTER) LOCATED NEXT TO BATTERY UNDER THE HOOD.
WHEN YOU OPEN THE COVER LEAVE IT UPSIDE DOWN IN THE WAY IT WAS OPENED AND VIEW THE DIAGRAM PROVIDED FOR FUSE LOCATION.
THIS FIXED MY PROBLEM BY REPLACING 20 AMP FUSE.
HOPE THIS WILL HELP !!!
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which one, ???
cig or power outlets. there are 3. of them 2 front 1 rear.
the number is
fuse 26 runs cig relay. main feed
fuse 29 runs cig relay coil.
both are in the JB, junction box.
power outlet rear is fuse 27 PDC
power outlet front is fuse 9 JB.
I suggtes check the position CIG LTR for Cigarette Lighter. The underhood fuse block in the engine compartment on the driver's side of the vehicle near the battery. Lift the cover for access to the fuse/relay block.
To remove fuses, hold the end of the fuse between your thumb and index finger and pull straight out.
the fuse for the front lighter is located under hood in fuse box it is labled AUX PWR and is a yellow 20 amp. The second power outlet/cig lighter is also in this box and is labled PWR OUTLET and is a grey 25 amp fuse.
All electrical circuits are protected by fuses or fusible links,check the operators manual to see what fuse protects what and if there is actually no fuse in the panel for the cig/horn then you need to check the fusible links.They come off of the starter live post on the starter solenoid switch and to check them just give them a tug,the blown link will feel like a piece of rubber rather than a piece of wire.Merry Christmas and good luck!
hopefully nothing serious. if you can, make sure your wires did not burned or got too hot.Visually inspect them. Then, if you have a voltmeter check to see if you getiing power to it. no voltmeter? Go to your nearest auto parts store and ask for a test light.
Back to the lighter, if you have power on the wires or wires leading to the back of the lighter, more than like it you lighter burned out.
No power on the wires? make sure wire did not get fryed or burned, all wires look good? check fuses again.
worst case scenario, can't find problem ? you can run another wire from your fuse box to the lighter.