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Discussion in '100-Series Cruisers' started by aaronrules, Jul 16, 2017.

  1. aaronrules

    aaronrules Coolest person you know! SILVER Star

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    On my last truck, I did this mod:

    Make Your Power Outlets ALWAYS On

    But apparently it is too hard to do on a LC/LX that is 2006 or newer?...mine is a 2006.

    Has anybody with an 06 and newer tried this mod? Is there any "easy" way to make all the 12 volt receptacles always on?
     
  2. Brandon Baker

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    Would like to know this as well.
     
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    It would be immensely easier to run a wire from the battery on it's own fuse than it would be to extract the lower footwell fuse panel. If you haven't dug in there before I don't recommend it.
    Personally I'd pick the amp hot wire under the pass seat, the antenna relay behind the glove box or a hot wire behind the dash from the stereo, all of which I'm not using. If I didn't have that, I would run a wire.

    Is the one in the rear driver's side hot all the time?
     
  5. aaronrules

    aaronrules Coolest person you know! SILVER Star

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    I've got Wires run for a rear fuse block. Waiting for receptacles to put the plastic back on.