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A good place to start is your owners manual. Baring that, on most cars, the power outlet is usually fused from the fuse box located in the engine compartment. (Hot all the time). Remove the box cover and (usually) the box cover has a listing of all the fuses on the inside.
Did you check to make sure the fuses are the right rating to begin with. Fuses are rated by amperage and disconnect the circuit or "blow" if there if the circuit is shorted out (+ touches - or vice versa) or a device or circuit draws more amperage than the fuse is rated. Did you buy the vehicle new? If not then there may have been modifications. Does is have the stock radio? Does it have an amp or subwoofer? Driving lights? There is also a fuse block with relays and fusable links under the hood. Refer to the owners manual and verifiy all the components in both fuse blocks are of the correct type and rating. Physically remove and inspect every related fuse and make sure no one has "jumped" a fuse by wrapping it in foil or ataching a solid wire across the connection. If all that works out ok, have the voltage reguator checked as it is regulates a constact rate of power to the car. If is is allowing momentary surges, it is possible that it could exceed the cirucit ratings especiallly on the 10 and 15 amp circuits that most of your accessorys and lighting use; Good Luck.
The fuse for the power outlets/cigarette lighter is located in the rear power distribution box located in the trunk (pictures of location below). Chrysler does not give pictures of the layout but they are numbered. The fuse you are looking for is in the number 18 position and should be a yellow 20 amp fuse. This should be in your owners manual if you have one. If you don't and would like a copy, you can email me at email@example.com with your make, model and year and I will be happy to email you a copy. I hope this helps and good luck.
There are some relays located in the fuse box under the hood.( Drivers side, located directly in front of the power booster for the brakes. open the lid & you will find 2 rows of fuses & 5 relays) you will have to refer to the owners manual for the diagram for the electrical fuses & relays.
There is a 15 amp fuse that should be located under the driver side dash labeled power outlet. You should check the radio fuse in the same location. It has a 7.5 amp rating. Those two fuses power your relay so if they good check the relay that is in the same location and labeled accessory main relay. If that all that checks out there is junction connection also located under the driver side dash with a blue/black wire on one side and if its a 4 door the other side will have 2 wires one will be red/black and other be white, If its a 5 door both wires will be red/black. Check those for power. If there is no power then you have an issue with you wiring. If there is power then you either need you replace the outlets or there could still be an issue with your wiring some place after the junction box. Hopefully i didn't get to complicated.