adding 12 volt sockets to the shifter bezel

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adding 12 volt sockets to the shifter bezel

Postby themadness » Thu Aug 16, 2012 11:55 am

heres an example...minus the building a whole new console part. this guy(a member here?) put a multiple socket box with a usb port in his console. i was thinking about doing this the other day then ran across this so i might actually try it. how would it be wired to keep it having a clean look? just splice the wires to the factory lighter and connect the wires from the box? ... s-project/

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Re: adding 12 volt sockets to the shifter bezel

Postby Money pit Beretta » Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:54 pm

Yes Thompson is a member here.

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Re: adding 12 volt sockets to the shifter bezel

Postby berettaboi » Sat Aug 18, 2012 9:18 am

yes you could just splice them into the main lighter wiring. it still has a fuse protecting the whole of the circuit. most people would just attach a bought "3 port" spliter to the passenger side of the console. i really don't like the placement of the stock one, especially if i have my inverter thingy plugged in... it's an inch away from the shifter... (just it's size really...)

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