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Hi there!
today i was using the jukes power outlet to inflate two SUP surfboards
my pump is quite powerful and im used to pulling its plug quite hot when i finish
but this morning it kinda killed my power outlet- it wont work anymore
i checked and replaced the fuse behind the drivers door, its still dead
i also disassembled the power outlet itself, hoping to find burnt wires but nothing.

is there another fuse related anywhere else?
is this a common problem anyone have ever met?
i really couldnt find anything more to look for...
thank you jukers!
 

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In the “General Discussion “ section there is a thread for Factory Service Manuals. There are wiring diagrams in there that will help you
of course ive checked these... no info rather then that fuse. im asking for experience based knowledge
 

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Have you checked the BCM fuses?

Pain in the ass to get to. Its a black box under the air intake.

For instance the brake light fuse is there.
 

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Have you checked the BCM fuses?

Pain in the ass to get to. Its a black box under the air intake.

For instance the brake light fuse is there.
yupp... ipdm is my friend... i wired a custom alarm through it :)
im afraid ive burnt the feeding cable somewhere i cant see...
 

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Did you smell anything ?
 

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You can always wire a new power socket in the old fashioned way. Fuse it at the battery or run it off a switched supply in the car.
 

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Got it!

although the manual files we adore contains a separate file dedicated only to that power outlet, it didnt contain that information:
between the socket's negative pin and to its actual body, there is a spring, that got clogged disconnected. (maybe a overheat protection?)
i had to disable it (closing circuit by pressing it into permanent contact) for bringing that power outlet back from the dead :)

that hole in the part im holding reveals a metal spring contact breaker, it conducts when pressed in, but the pin that pushes it in didnt push it enough.

188514


when its not pressed in, there is no connection between the body and the negative pin:

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So bad socket ?
 
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