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Old 04-19-2013, 05:11 AM   #1
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Hot plug while driving ?

Anyone out there know if there should be at least 1 "Hot" outlet in my 2008 340TS while driving ? Seems there should be at least 1 for phone chargers, etc. Had a 2003 that i traded in and that had 1. If not, any ideas on how and where to install one. Thanks

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Old 04-19-2013, 08:35 AM   #2
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If you are talking about a 120 volt AC plug the answer is no.
The only way you would get this is if you have your generator running or you have a 12volt dc to 120 volt convertor.
You can install a small 600 watt convertor if you really need one.
Hope this hleps

Here is one that you can plug into cigerette light and has one plug.
You can buy at Walmart.

Here is another one that may work for you.

Here is a small basic one that if just for a small charger
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