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Old 10-17-2019, 05:49 PM   #1
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Cab 12v outlet locations for tech

Can anyone tell me where the 12v outlets are in the cab area and how many there are? Functioning a 2018 4D next summer to go cross country and want to know how many outlets there are for cell phone, rvi3 brake control tablet, etc. Is there only one outlet in the center of the dash or are there more preferably something on the left side of the driver. Would love to know where are good places people mount there phones and any other tablet displays. Any pictures would be great!
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Old 10-18-2019, 07:50 AM   #2
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If there aren't enough 12V outlets, use something like this:

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I added a fused outlet on the left side of the steering wheel so I could plug in a small inverter to run a laptop for the Silverleaf VMSpc. I bought the outlet at Walmart and used a piece of heavy gauge extension cord to supply power to it. On the outside of the firewall there was a 12 volt buss bar that I ran the wire from.

If we are boondocking and I want to watch TV without running the large inverter I'll use the small inverter to power the TV above the drivers seat.
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