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    Adding a power outlet to rear

    Has anyone added a power plug in the rear of an ESV. We are going on a road trip vacation, about 16 hours. 4 boys and all have electronics want to make sure they have a way to charge them so we don't get the 50 questions of are we there yet!!!!

    Any suggestions on ideas or if someone has installed an additional plug? ty in advance

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    Re: Adding a power outlet to rear

    There is a cigarette lighter plug in the rear. Easiest way would be to get a power inverted like this one (BYGD 150W Car Power Inverter DC 12V to 110V AC Converter with 3 Charger Outlets and Dual 2.4A USB Ports Car Cigarette Lighter Adapter https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07H96NPZG..._0Ph9Cb813D8RH) or find one to your liking. You can also plug this in on the rear of the center console that way all kids have access to the outlet. Might need to get 6-10ft power cords for the devices.


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    Re: Adding a power outlet to rear

    Be careful to not overload the power outlet.

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    Re: Adding a power outlet to rear

    Maximum is 20 amps or 240 watts
    I would have fuses at the ready if needed.
    You don't mention the year but should be in your manual.
    Might be In the drivers side fuse block with the drivers door open.
    Could be 2 and or 16. have to look at the back of the panel and check fuse sizes.

    Some models have a power plug behind the center console and is AC
    It is 150 watts

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