12 volt socket questions
Assuming Georgetowns are wired the same as far as 12 volt sockets.........
I have a 12 volt socket located in the front dashboard area, near the radio and heater controls. This socket is "alive" all the time. It is wired independantly of the "house batteries" and gets it's supply from the engine battery located under the hood.
Another 12 volt socket is located in the assembly for the "booster" button associated with the TV antennae. When the "house batteries" are swithced OFF at the main switch by the door, this outlet is dead.
If I wanted to "trickle chage" the engine battery, and trickle charge the "house batteries" over the winter, I'm guessing I'll need two separate chargers AND I would have to have the battery switch turned ON when trying to charge the house batteries occasionally.
Anyone else that can confirm this wiring arrangement?
Ken and Terry
2010 Georgetown 330TS being pushed by our
2017 GMC Terrain toad (4 wheels down)