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Usually this is due to a blown fuse.The fuse may be labeled power outlet or accessory power or cigar.Make sure you have checked all fuses in all fuse panels for any that are blown needing replaced.If you are sure all fuses are good in all fuse panels let me know.
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The rear power outlet is powered by the 30 amp P/outlet or P/sck fuse.The front outlet is powered by the 15 amp R/Cigar fuse.If either of these are blown this causes this fault here.
These are in the passenger under dash fuse panel as shown below.
Now there is a 40 amp BTN 1 fuse that powers the Power outlet relay.If this fuse is blown it will cause this fault.
This fuse is located in the under hood fuse panel between the Head Lo relay and F/BLW relay as shown below.
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