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115V Power Outlet Not Working, Suggestions?

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My 115V power outlet doesn't work, I'm not sure that it ever did... The light on the instrument panel (next to the hazard lights switch) lights up and all of my other power outlets work. I checked fuse 4 & 9 on the internal fuse box, both 20amps and they are good.

Anyone else experience similar problems or have any suggestions?
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did you stick a meter on either side to see if there was power? I would check ground for continuity. Only other thing is to back tractk the wiring. Also check the commections.


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Just keep checking fuses. Did you try 2, 4, and 23?
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I haven't checked any fuses besides 4 and 9. Man is it hard to check those fuses! I'll crawl back under there and see if others are blown.

I'll get my volt meter out to see if it's pushing juice to the plug. I've tried light bulbs, phone chargers etc to no avail.

I appreciate the advice gang, keep it coming...
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Check the power distribution center. Cavity #23 25 amp fuse. Power distribution center is under the hood, owners manual can clarify.

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