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Old 08-15-2011, 08:50 PM
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12v power outlet near Aux in not working.

Does anyone know if there is a fuse for the 12v power outlet located under the climate controls.

Mine is no longer working.
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In the engine bay there is a fuse block in front of the fan shroud.

There are fusible link fuses in there. Look for the 20A fuses, I think it's #51 or 52, maybe #10. You can see which one it is since these fuses have a window on the top.

Be prepared to pay $3.50 to $5 per fuse.

I just had to replace three of mine since a power inverter I was using blew 3 of my 4 12v power points.
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In the engine bay there is a fuse block in front of the fan shroud.

There are fusible link fuses in there. Look for the 20A fuses, I think it's #51 or 52, maybe #10. You can see which one it is since these fuses have a window on the top.

Be prepared to pay $3.50 to $5 per fuse.

I just had to replace three of mine since a power inverter I was using blew 3 of my 4 12v power points.
That was it...thank you!
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That was it...thank you!
What fuse was it if you don't mind me asking?
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What fuse was it if you don't mind me asking?
Don't mind at all! It was #52.
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Would be great if I could put a relay & fuse there so the outlet would be dead with the ignition OFF.

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