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Old 03-05-2012, 05:23 PM
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Hello, the 12vDC Power Outlet in the center console next to the shifter is not working. I tried plugging in a few different items but nothing worked. But the power outler in the armrest compartment and the outlet in the back of the console for the rear seats still work. Are these power outlets all on their own fuses? If so, which one is for the power outlet next to the shifter? thanks for the help.
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My console outlet only works when the key is on. I think the other ones work all the time.
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My console outlet only works when the key is on. I think the other ones work all the time.
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This, but also, that outlet was the only one on my truck that wouldn't work unless I pushed the cigarette lighter plug-in to the side. I fixed it by removing it from the truck and bending the contacts inside to have more tension. Might check the connections inside if it does not work when the truck is turned on.
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You've probably got a blown fuse.

according my owner's manual, it appears that each of the three power outlets are on separate fuses.


Everything is controlled by the Totally Integrated Power Module (TIPM), located in the engine compartment, near the battery

MF31 20amp Power Outlet #1 (battery)
MF48 20amp Power Outlet #2 (ign r/acc)
MF49 20amp Power Outlet #3 (ign r/acc / battery)

I would check MF49 to see if the fuse is blown. I'm reading the ignition/ ACC or Battery tag to mean that you can change the position of the use, causing the power outlet to either be on with the key, or to be hot all the time. This was an option in my wife's Magnum, so it may be an option in our trucks too, though I haven't gone out to look yet.

good luck, and let us know what you find

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FYI for those following the tread. I checked all 3 fuses and the MF48 20amp Power Outlet #2 fuse was the culprit. Its was burnt up. I am gonna head to the store this weekend to get a new one. thanks for all your guys help!
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glad that you got it figured out. I would try and figure out what caused it to blow...

did you plug something in to it that over loaded it? did you plug something in that had some sort of short in it? was it that way when you got the truck so you have no clue? do you currently have a short?

If you replace the fuse, and it immediately blows again, I'd get it checked out, as that indicates that you've got a short somewhere, and that the fuse did what it was designed to do

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This also happened to me, no power on the center console outlet. The dealer ended up replacing the socket and some wiring under warranty, turns out the wire was pinched in the console and ended up being chaffed off.
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Mine just stopped working and I checked and the fuses were good. Now what?
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Mine just stopped working and I checked and the fuses were good. Now what?
Giving this a bump. I am in the same boat err truck. This happened to me while I was traveling. All 3 went out on me and the fuses all check good.
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Just searched out this thread.And,man was it helpful in my new 2013.Only one fuse which could be switch over and it was for the rear seat 12 volt outlet.Constant 12 volt power!


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