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Old 07-13-2009, 11:07 AM   #1
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Default 2007 Accord - Multiple fuses for accessory outlet?

Two questions:

1. Does anyone know if the accessory outlet (cigarette outlet) has more than one fuse? I was messing around with my sirius unit and blew a fuse for my radio (my sirius unit is mounted in the storage compartment and the power line is spliced in with the accessory outlet).
I replaced the fuse and the accessory outlet isn't giving me any power still.

2. Are both accessory outlets running off the same line? The one by the dash doesn't work but the one in the glove box does. If they are both on the same line then I would assume that I killed the one near the dash.
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Default Re: 2007 Accord - Multiple fuses for accessory outlet?

u could have blown more than 1 fuse..i would just check them all
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Default Re: 2007 Accord - Multiple fuses for accessory outlet?

I replaced two blown fuses and the manual doesn't show anything else that ties into the radio or accessory outlets.

I can't find anything that shows if the two outlets are wired to the same fuse. If they are then that means that I killed the one and will need to replace it.
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Default Re: 2007 Accord - Multiple fuses for accessory outlet?

Hey
i had the same problem couple of months ago and I was left with no choice rather than to replace the fuses.They were costing me out of budget.My friend told me about www.autopartsway.com .Y dont u check it out.Hope ur problem is solved too.
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