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Unread 10-31-2018, 08:10 PM   #1
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Default Installing USB charger to 2004 ParCar

I am trying to install a USB charge to my Car, but I am unsure the best way to do so. Do any of you have a wiring recommendations? I have purchased a unit with a built in fuse but I donít want to ruin anything else when I hook it up. Thanks for the input

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Unread 10-31-2018, 10:33 PM   #2
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Default Re: Installing USB charger to 2004 ParCar

48v cart would need a 48v to 12v reducer then just hook up the 12v pos ( fused wire) to reducer pos and neg to neg

i have one for a cig lighter/power supply then i can use it for other things

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Default Re: Installing USB charger to 2004 ParCar

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48v cart would need a 48v to 12v reducer then just hook up the 12v pos ( fused wire) to reducer pos and neg to neg

i have one for a cig lighter/power supply then i can use it for other things

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Unread 11-01-2018, 08:51 AM   #4
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Default Re: Installing USB charger to 2004 ParCar

I just installed a 12V outlet in my 2006 and tapped into the red wire that goes from the light switch to the turn signal relay (#3) and than to one of the negative wires to the lights. Quite simple really. Adding the power supply is a good idea to keep the 2 batteries supplying 12V accessory power is a good idea otherwise you will start having battery issues like I'm facing.
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