Q: Q: Where are the accessory power sockets located?

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Where are the accessory power sockets located?

Need to plug in your cell phone charger? Want to connect an aftermarket GPS unit? No problem – there are two accessory power sockets in your Accord.

  1. Lift the small lid on the left side of the center console to reveal the front accessory power socket.

  2. Open the lid on the console compartment and you’ll find the second one at the bottom, back of the compartment.

Tip

Note that the key must be in the I or II position to use the outlets.

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