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Is there more than one fuse box? I noticed the one under the hood but I dont see one on ...





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Old 05-02-2011, 07:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there more than one fuse box? I noticed the one under the hood but I dont see one on the dash as there are in most vehicles.

I ask since my 12V outlets dont work and am looking to fix them but don't have an owners manual. FML.
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on a 2011 Terrain the instrument panel fuse block is on the passsenger side center console, you should see a door that you open down towards the front of the console.
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I found one in the console on the right side toward the front... but no 12v outlet circut that I saw. I need to dig a bit deeper.

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Look at #13
Shows as auxiliary power front.
#14 is aux power rear.
That would be for the cig lighter.
Might be that same.
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on a 2011 Terrain the instrument panel fuse block is on the passsenger side center console, you should see a door that you open down towards the front of the console.
I didn't know that.


I bet mine is there too.
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I would bet it is.
I found the door a few weeks after I got the terrain and was cleaning up the inside.
Pulled the cover off and well what do you know, fuse block.
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Thanks for sharing.
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Ok, Oddly for us OBS guys, the fuse box that has the 12V outlets and most interior functions is under the hood. I didnt check there right away since that's mostly PCM/ECM/TCM stuff. Weird.
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that is strange, glad you found it
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I think I was working on a dodge ram and all the fuses were under the hood too.
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