My van's ACC sockets(front and back)are not working. I then changed out fuse #9-then the radio does not work. The front ACC socket has been lose for years but has always worked. I had friends in my van and their kid had a power converter plugged into rear ACC. Could this be from that or the lose ACC socket in the front. I have blown 5 #9 fuses. Any suggestions.
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2003 Honda Odyssey
Question: Why is my #9 fuse keep blowing out?
SOMETHING IS SHORTING OUT THE LOOSE SOCKET
Replygvcaines, July 17, 2012, 12:21Rookie
I put a new fuse in #9, & 11. The radio came back on. Then i put a car charger for my iphone in the ACC socket and blew the fuse- no radio again.
How to you get to the other end of the ACC socket?
Replyglobalhelper, July 17, 2012, 12:31Master
START TAKING THINGS APART.WHERE IS THIS SOCKET LOCATED. TRY REMOVING ASH TARY TO GAIN ACCESS
Replyziptie12, July 18, 2012, 10:37Master
Certain types of car chargers and power inverters are not compatible with the power outlet and will continue to blow fuses. To get to the front acc. outlets , start from the bottom.Go to dealer parts department and inquire about price of accessory outlet and ask if they can print-out the parts 'exploded view' , most won't mind doing this and that will give you a better idea of how to get the power outlet tightened up. Eight years at dealership- one faulty power outlet. They do come loose but that is not a funtional issue.