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Old 03-23-2013, 08:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Inconvenient power point

When we camp the Waeco refrigerator rides in the back of the tow vehicle. I just picked up our new(er) 2012 3.6R which replaces an 01 3L. I had run a 10ga wire from the battery to a PowePole connector.
The new OB has a power point in back which is powered only when the ignition is on. My understanding is that there is a way to alter/jumper a relay and assure power to the rear power point. I need to know which one or I may just run a new line.
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Here's one method: How to make all 12v outlets constantly 'hot'

Basically jumper the appropriate fuse.
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