BECOME A MEMBER
Sign up with Facebook
I agree to the
Login with Facebook
NOT A MEMBER?
The power points in the car quit working
2009 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER
The power points in the car quit working. Have installed new fuse in the appropriate location. Still no power, where should I look next or what should I check?
Friday, January 4th, 2013 AT 7:51 PM
The 115V outlets? If yes maybe power inverter
Friday, January 4th, 2013 AT 8:09 PM
to post a reply.
Related Fuse Test Content
2009 Toyota Highlander Highlander Hybrid And Rear End...
I Was Stopped Waiting To Make A Left Turn Onto My Street, And A Car Came Up Behind Me At 50 Mph, Texting, And Hit Me Square In The Rear...
What Did I Break When I Tried To Tow My Car And How...
I Had A Friend Come Tow Me Out Of An Icy Patch And Apparently He Tied The Rope To The Axle(?) Now There Is A Black Tarry Substance Leaking...
Dealership Trying To Rip Me Off For Service?
Car: 2007 Toyota Highlander (base Model) W/ 110k Miles Dealership Is Quoting: $894.97 For Idler Pully Replacement $293.68 For...
Hi, Our Car Has Been Sitting In My Sister's Garage...
Hi, Our Car Has Been Sitting In My Sister's Garage For A Year. She May Have Started It Up Once. Other Than That The Battery Has Been...
Can You Take A V6 3.3 In A Toyota Highlander And Put...
Can You Take A V6 3.3 In A Toyota Highlander And Put In A Four Cylinder Toyota In It To Get Better Gas Millage, It Has The Pre Package...
Ask a Car Question. It's Free!
Oil Change and Filter Replacement BMW 525i
Radiator Hose Replacement - Upper - Chevrolet
Engine Oil Change and Filter BMW 5 Series
Find a car manual for your car
Terms & Conditions
© 1999 - 2018 2CarPros, Inc.