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post #1 of 11 Old 06-21-2013, 02:49 AM Thread Starter
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Rear A/C outlet won't hold the plug AGAIN

So after a few months, I had the rear A/C outlet replaced because it wouldn't hold a plug. I stopped using it for a while.

Well, it has happened again and now the truck it out of warranty. Do you guys know the part number for the rear outlet? And more importantly, will another outlet work to permanently fix this problem?

The outlet behind the center console is ridiculous.
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I ran into the same problem so I just got a short extension cord and opened the prongs. Lol

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LOL. Yeah this thing is ridiculous.

Do you know what the exact part number for this outet is? I did Google around and it turns out you can put another power outlet in it. Anyone try that?
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Looks like the part # is 19N236B

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http://www.fordparts.com/Commerce/Pa...rd&model=F-250

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Have you replaced it before? Does it just pop out?
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Nope haven't got around to it. I might come up with some sort of sleeve that will hold the prongs better.


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Nope haven't got around to it. I might come up with some sort of sleeve that will hold the prongs better.
I ordered the part. I guess the socket assembly just snaps out?
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I think so they show a diagram on the link i provided above. Cant tell if anything is grabing it from behind.


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I had the same problem with mine. Just pop the rear of the center console off to get at the outlet . Take outlet apart and bend brass tabs back together. Only takes a few minutes with a flat screw driver. No need to replace it. I'm thinking they get bent from pulling the plug out at an angle or people in the back seat hitting it. Took me 5 min tops to fix

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