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My 3 power outlets don't seem to be working. I checked the fuses and they all look good. Is there anything else I should check?
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Re: power outlets

There is an outlet switch on the lower console in front of the shifter.
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Re: power outlets

Do you mean the single plug (old-style cigarette lighter type, 12V), or the duplex plug (120V) at the rear seat side of the console armrest? I think the dash switch only affects the 120V outlet.
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Re: power outlets

For the (3) 12V outlets, only the (1) inside the lower console is powered when the vehicle is off. The others work only when the ignition is on. You are correct that the 115V outlet must be activated using the button just ahead of the shifter - and must be pushed at every vehicle restart. The 115V outlet does not work unless the vehicle is running.

If none of your 12V outlets is working when the vehicle is on, check the fuse or visit your dealer for trouble-shooting. Best luck.
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Re: power outlets

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For the (3) 12V outlets, only the (1) inside the lower console is powered when the vehicle is off. The others work only when the ignition is on. You are correct that the 115V outlet must be activated using the button just ahead of the shifter - and must be pushed at every vehicle restart. The 115V outlet does not work unless the vehicle is running.

If none of your 12V outlets is working when the vehicle is on, check the fuse or visit your dealer for trouble-shooting. Best luck.

The 12 volt outlets each have a separate fuse. The fuse (M7 20A) for the rear cargo area outlet is switchable and can be either active with the ignition on or to a constant hot if you like.
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