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2005 Chevrolet Uplander LT - Cigarette and Aux power outlet not working

My son pluged in his XBox 360 to the aux power outlet which stopped working, then plugged it into an invertor attached to the cigarette lighter and it is also no longer working....I have checked the fuses and also spoke with the Svc Dept at Chevrolet to see if there was a relay I need to check - he said no...

Any help would be greatly appreciated as I got stranded for 2 1/2hrs last night with a dead cell phone...

Thanks.

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  • ellevesque Oct 30, 2008

    it seems like I have no power coming out of the Aux power outlet. I did have a satelite radio hooked up to it, now I cannot even do that. There is nothing coming out of it.

  • b2bc2c Mar 21, 2009

    no power coming from outlet what fuse controls this it is not indicated anywhere . Took it to a garage nobody could figure it out.

    GM how hard is it to indicate what fuse controls the cigarette lighter.???


  • Billie Patterson
    Billie Patterson Nov 10, 2013

    where is the fuse? couldn't find it in the book

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If the fuse is good and there is no relay then either you have a loose ground/positve wire or the socket is bad. you can easily purchase a after market socket from Napa or Oreillys for a few dollars of the problem is not a loose wire or bad fuse. good luck please rate this solution...thanks

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