[quote=kinger44;92131]I blew the fuse for the power socket located in the centre console - Honda refers to it as the "rear" accessory socket.
Page 256 of my 05 HAH Manual shows this fuse as #34. The diagram shows fuses 34-37 in a separate little area behind the main interior fuse box.
When I get into the box, I find everything as it is pictured - for fuses 1-33. Separate area for 34-37 doesn't exist!
My consule power socket doesn't work either (I just bought a used '05 HAH), and when I went to change the fuse had exactly the same experience - it's quite bizarre.
Also, when I go into the fuse box in the engine compartment, there are extra fuses there that aren't on my manual's drawings. What's that about? I checked the extra ones, but none are blown.
I found the same thing but on further examination noticed that if you look in their sockets there's no contact - it's just plastic. So these are just spare fuses, 2 at bottom, 3 at top (7.5, 10, 15, 20 & 30A).
Also, the picture on the cover of the interior box matches my manual's picture, somewhat - it shows the 4 fuses in a different layout, but still in the back of the box.
Does anyone know what is going on and where my fuse is???!!!
...also, the manuals refers to front accessory sockets (plural) on fuse #9, and rear accessory socket on fuse #34. As fasr as I know, I only have two acc sockets, one at the base of the dashboard in front of the gear shifter and one in the bottom of the center consule. They appear to be on different fuses as the dash one works but the consule one doesn't.
On the offchance that anyone's still reading this thread...
I found the elusive fuses: 34-37. They are located above the main interior fuse box, under the dash, right up at the back (on the left of the driver's side). If you use a flashlight and get your head under the steering wheel, you can see them.