Had the description a little wrong. Added how Chrysler describes the power outlet system with annotations in ().
The power outlet on the instrument panel marked with
a battery receives battery voltage from a circuit breaker (PTC7 - Integrated circuit breaker) in the Integrated Power
Module (TIPM) at all times. The other power outlet on the instrument
panel marked with a key receives battery voltage only when the key is
in the on position (F5).
The power outlet located in the center console receives battery
voltage all the time when positioned between the front seats (PTC7) and
key-on voltage when positioned between the rear seats (F6). The power
outlet located on the C-pillar receives battery voltage only when the
key is in the ON position (F6).
So in short the F6 fuse really only controls the floor outlet (rear position), floor console light and C-pillar power outlet's. My guess is that since the TIPM basically the same regardless of options, they deadhead the fuse in the middle. And if you do have the rear and floor power outlet's it should be positioned in the Ign slot.