I have no power in front lighter 12v outlet and fuse is ok on 2012 Ford Edge any ideas?

Asked by Apr 17, 2013 at 09:15 AM about the 2012 Ford Edge SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have checked fuses even swapped with rear cargo area fuse that works.

6 Answers

It's a new car relatively speaking, so it's not likely it's worn from use and not making contacts... you probably have to have the key on if you have no power if it's not on. The key I mean. If you still have no power with key on and fuses all good, I for one am stumped on this one. maybe a ground issue.

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if you have less than 36000 miles take it to the dealer it will still be under bumper to bumper warranty. If not have you takin it out and made sure it was plugged in?

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If you are trying to plug in a GPS or phone charger, sometimes the device has a small fuse in the electrical connector. Does the device work on the rear power outlet?

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rear power outlet works fine

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I have same issues but allet's 3 of my outlets are dead, fuse is not the issue. Checked and replaced just in case still nothing, tried multiple chargers on each outlet nothing, they worked last weekend and all of the sudden this week they are working. What gives

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I searched for a year to finally get an answer to this. It is fuse location 10 in the fuse box under the hood on driver side, 20 amp fuse. Clear top makes it easy to the fuse is burned out.

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