How do you fix a broken USB port in a car?
Using the needle or sharp-edged object, pull up the two pins you spot, but do so gently in an upward direction. That should tighten the USB port properly. Often though, an easy solution to fixing USB ports that aren’t functioning properly is to switch off your engine and simply turn it back on.
Can you replace a broken USB port?
They can be, yes… however, it usually involves soldering in modern laptops as most have them permanently attached to the motherboard now. This is usually not a DIY task, unless you really know what you are doing. You can probably take the machine to a local repair shop and get it done – price may vary.
Can you fix a charging port in a car?
If your USB charging port in your car randomly stops working, there are a few things you can try to fix it. Check for dirt or other debris. Since USB ports are open, buildups of dirt and dust are common. If the port is dirty, gently clean it with a toothpick and try the connection again.