I have a 2007 sebring,the accessary pug in storage compartment quit working.I check fuse its not blown

Asked by Jun 13, 2013 at 11:56 PM about the 2007 Chrysler Sebring Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Worked fine until one I used it to run a small portable air pump designed for that purpose.Hasnt worked since and fuse not blown

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Now thats a easy 1, i plugged my portable coffe maker into mine, and after that it didnt work, you will have to remove the lighter socket and in the buttom if the socket there is a resistant metal, its burned over and is not conecting. I put some aluminum foil between, worked since 2004. :)

Another thing always read what the tool you are using uses many watts, the socket will only take 20% more than written in the manual for a short period of time.

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