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    Honda crv 2001 Fuse Box

    Basically I want to charge something using the front acc socket. I have a fuse checker and went and bought some fuses but it won't charge anything. The rear acc socket works but not the front. Ive tried switching different fuses into it and it still doesn't work... any ideas??

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    Quote Originally Posted by supa View Post
    Basically I want to charge something using the front acc socket. I have a fuse checker and went and bought some fuses but it won't charge anything. The rear acc socket works but not the front. Ive tried switching different fuses into it and it still doesn't work... any ideas??
    Has your radio ever been changed or pulled out? When the cabin filter was changed, was the center console removed for easier access? If so, it is very easy to accidentally yank the connector off the back of it.
    99 V 151k miles, 04 V 62k miles - Both red, of course.

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    well yeah.. I paid to have someone put a new dash in and then I went on a road trip but at the end of the road trip it stopped working.

    So there is 1 plug on the back for that particular fuse?

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    Quote Originally Posted by supa View Post
    well yeah.. I paid to have someone put a new dash in and then I went on a road trip but at the end of the road trip it stopped working.

    So there is 1 plug on the back for that particular fuse?
    I am talking about the connector on the back of the power outlet/socket.
    99 V 151k miles, 04 V 62k miles - Both red, of course.

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    Do you have a meter in which you can test that power is getting to the actual fuse? It should be fuse number 27 on your 2001.
    99 V 151k miles, 04 V 62k miles - Both red, of course.

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    yeah the fust kit came with one and ive put brand new ones in and checked other ones and it says there's power. It must be the plug then on the back of the socket. Any tutorials how how to fix it?

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    It's not too tough, but it does take some time. Follow the radio removal instructions to know how to remove the trim panels. Follow them in order.

    http://www.handa-accessories.com/crv/Crvcd.pdf

    My guess is that either the ground wire is loose or the power wire. It should be obvious when you see it. Here's an illustration that may help as well. The power socket is bottom center, assembly number 65. Note the ground wire and power lead connector. By the way, this would be an excellent time to replace any burnt out HVAC lights because you would have to do this same procedure to get to them.

    99 V 151k miles, 04 V 62k miles - Both red, of course.

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    Once you get the center piece out it should be fairly easy to get to your cic plug. I have changed mine out once already, it may be easier for your when you re-install everything there are 2 screws the secure the center piece into the dash. I just left those out, it won't hurt anything just make it easier to get that piece out because it will just pop in and out with a slight pull.

    Chris

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    Is it possible to do with just a screw-driver and bare hands?

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    Yes, you can. Print out those instructions and have them in the car when you do it.
    99 V 151k miles, 04 V 62k miles - Both red, of course.

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