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2004 GT Fuse Questions-2 Things Not Working

Hi,Im having a problem with my center console power outlet not working and my traction control light isn't coming on anymore. Just wondering if these are related? I don't have a owners manual yet but am getting ine soon. Also does this car have a cruise control light? Some fords do so I thought I'd ask,the cruiseworks fine. I'd appreciate any help on this. I know there"s 2 fuse boxes so I don't want to pull all of them to check.

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Its the console power outlet that"s inside the flip cover compartment not near the shifter.

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Hi,Im having a problem with my center console power outlet not working and my traction control light isn't coming on anymore. Just wondering if these are related? I don't have a owners manual yet but am getting ine soon. Also does this car have a cruise control light? Some fords do so I thought I'd ask,the cruiseworks fine. I'd appreciate any help on this. I know there"s 2 fuse boxes so I don't want to pull all of them to check.
Here's some information on how to trouble shoot the power point socket.

Power Point
https://www.allfordmustangs.com/foru...wer-point.html

Pay attention to the part about testing the outside ground of the socket. It seems reasonable to me that a bad ground could also cause the traction light not to work.

The exact fuse numbers are given in the links. Or test the center terminal to confirm IF there's power present.

And no. The 1996-2004 model year Mustang does not have a cruse control light.

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Thank you WMBurns! I"ll be checking this out tomorrow!
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Visibly checked all fuses,all look good. Will need to check ground then. Not a big deal but i'd kind of like to have traction control working. Yes it looks like they may be related. Need to get this owners manual soon. Thanks again for your help,im going to look into tbis a bit closer this week.
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