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The front power accessory outlet is not working but the cargo area one is. My son is going on a trip to florida. Could it be a blown fuse or is the accessory outlet bad and is it easy to replace myself
I have (had) a 2006 CR-V with the same problem. The identified fuse for the outlet (#18) was not blown. However, there is a fuse identified as "+BR ACC" (fuse #15) that was blown. Both are 15AMP fuses located in the fuse box under the steering column. Replaced the #15 fuse and the outlet is working just fine.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
I had completely missed the Fuse 15 ACC designation and went first to #18 which was OK. I knew there was a service bulletin on the ACC outlet and assumed a more involved problem, but after reading your advice I checked #15 and it was blown. Replaced it and all is working ok.
Posted on May 26, 2010
They can be on separate fuses. Check your owners manual or look at the cover over the fuses. There may be multiple fuse box locations, some in the vehicle, and some under the hood.
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
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