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Are you referring to the 110 volt inverter or a 12 volt power port?
It is a 15 amp fuse. I do not have a layout of your fuse panel. Are you sure it has a blown fuse?
Do you have a test light?
A test light is best way to check for blown fuse as a lot of times they do not appear blown,
It will be the APO 1 or 2 fuse. Can you switch them and see if anything works?
Test the fuses with the test light. On the outside if you hold the test light towards the edges and check for power at both sides will be a good test. Check them all
OK. I am going to opt out and see if someone else has any ideas.
Hello, new expert here. Check in the underhood fuse panel for a fuse labeled LTR, check the dash fuse panel for fuses labeled AUX PWR (may be more than one). Let me know if any of these fuses are blown.
Check the larger fuses in the underhood fuse panel ( like the LBEC and MBEC fuses )