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12V Socket Out

Discussion in 'Model S: Interior & Exterior' started by lloyds, Aug 8, 2014.

  1. lloyds

    lloyds Member

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    Hey all. Wanted to know if anyone knows the location of the fusebox for 12V socket. I'm not getting any power there and I checked with multiple adapters so I'm pretty certain it's a fuse. TIA!
     
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    efusco Moderator - Model S & X forums

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    Mine's out too, went out about 2 weeks ago. Having the Service Center take a look next week.
     
  3. lloyds

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    Yeh, I'd rather fix it myself if it's a simple blown fuse. Rather not have to bring it in. Perhaps, I will get them to look at it while I'm getting the center console installed.
     
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    Thanks!!!!! But do you know where these fuse boxes are located?
     
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    Check in the in-car user manual the locations are provided
     
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    The fuse boxes are located under the plastic of the frunk on the passenger side near the "firewall". There are two configurations at least of there placement. Match up the above picture to make sure you have the correct box. The plug is only rated for 5 amps and will pop easily.

    Near the windshield.
     
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    The fuses are some kind of mini-sized fuse too. Kinda weird, haven't looked for their availability at local auto parts stores.

    -m
     

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