Cadillac ATS General Discussion Forum Discussion, Extra Power outlet in trunk in Cadillac ATS Discussion Forums; Now that the V1 is installed (thank you board members for your assistance), I want to install a power outlet ...
- 05-09-13 10:28 AM #1Cadillac Owners Member
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Extra Power outlet in trunk
Now that the V1 is installed (thank you board members for your assistance), I want to install a power outlet in the trunk. Can tap one of the fuses in the trunk but my question is there are many unused fuse locations in there are they hot and can they be tapped? Want to avoid some of the systems but there are 3 trailler (dont have that option) fuses locations so thought if any of them or the blank locations are powered could insert a fuse and tap of that. Appreciate any input
- 05-09-13 10:39 AM #2
Re: Extra Power outlet in trunk
you need an FSM, you don't need to be go digging to try to find any fuse that'll work and then start blowing fuses left and right (in the best case scenario) because you've tapped a 2 amp lighting rail and are trying to suck 10 amps out of it.
If the location is blank. It's not Live.
- 05-10-13 12:56 AM #3
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