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Power outlets do not work except for cigarette lighter location. ideas?

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On some of the Lincoln Navigators they use one of the fuse locations that is labeled accesories. So I would check that first.

Posted on Aug 31, 2011

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In the fuse box under the dash, fuse F1.39 20 amps

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