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Old 09-12-2011, 11:08 PM   #1
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Default Always on power to the cab mod

This is a super simple mod, just wasn't sure if yall knew about it, I've been meaning to get around to it, finally did with what wire I could round up...

So look on the panel, the Power Outlet is the second from bottom on the right, get 2 male connectors, pull the fuse and take it in O'rielly's when you get em if you need to and pinch a wire to both of them, I used two cause I only found some tiny ass wire, its gonna be the 2 bigger slots.(theres 4 total)

I like how it automatically turns off with the truck (stock) because it turns off my gps, but sometimes it would be convenient to have power when you leave the truck, like to charge a phone, so I put the fuze in the next spot to save to switch back whenever applicable.
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