Q: Center console has no power

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The center console has no power. The clock, radio, air conditioning, and power locks do not work.

When dealing with a group of electronics that has no power, the first thing I check is the fuse. After that, I would urge you to hire a certified mechanic to run an inspection on your electrical system. From there, you will have a plan to get your center console and power locks working again.

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