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Old 05-01-2019, 09:21 AM #1
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No power to 12v in rear cargo area

My search came up empty. The one fuse I was able to locate in the engine bay was good. Is there any other fuse locations for the rear cargo 12v. My fridge was plugged into this and then after the 2nd day the 12v outlet no longer has power. I checked a fuse in the engine bay and it was good. Anywhere else i need to check? Thanks
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Hey bud, if I'm not mistaken, these sockets actually have a fusible link on the back of the outlet - why the overly complicated fusible link inside the accessary cigarette lighters? | Tacoma World

Here's the part: 12V Cigarette Lighter Power Socket Fusible Link/Thermal Fuse Toyota Subaru Honda 822422725169 | eBay

I'd check on mine to give some details but I currently have all trim and headliner pulled and that outlet is sitting under the house at the moment. I can look tonight though - you've got me curious.
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Here is the fusible link on the back of the outlet. It's the gray C-shaped wire between the two copper contacts. If it is fried, you can, at your own risk, replace it with a piece of solid copper wire.

I am not certain the rear outlet has this, but I'd be surprised if it didn't.

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Thanks, that helps a lot. Iíll dig into it this weekend when I get a chance.
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Did you find a solution? My outlets will charge my phone, but wonít run my air pump anymore. It seems like the stronger draw is the issue but Iím not sure.
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Did you find a solution? My outlets will charge my phone, but wonít run my air pump anymore. It seems like the stronger draw is the issue but Iím not sure.
Does the pump work on another vehicle? I would bet the pump is toast.

There is no 'smarts' in the power circuit for the outlets, just a fuse - if it stops working, it will stop working for everything. Another option is a mechanical limitation (connections not made inside the power socket with the pump, maybe?).

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