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On our 2001 Chevrolet Venture (same vehicle under the sheet metal), both the front and rear 12v outlets are controlled by the same fuse, which is in the fuse box located next to the passenger front door. If one of these outlets blows the fuse (a portable ball/tire inflator will do the trick with us), all of them will shut down.
I have also had the 12v outlets stop working, even when the fuse was good. I discovered that I had a bad connection at the fuse box; wiggling the fuse box assembly itself would cause the outlets to flicker on and off. Detaching and re-attaching the modular cable that connects the fuse block seems to have corrected that problem for the most part. However, sometimes, our 12v outlet will still flicker, even though power remains constant to everything else in the vehicle.
Well, the connector u can buy frm the particular company shop!! but for supply reazon, u hv to desgin plug for particular given vols..or just buy the normal adaptor or variable adopter and get connect he 4 pin plug on that and enjoy!!
Hi the battery is a 12volt battery the alternater that charges the battery puts out about 13.5volts back into the battery to ensure it is charging fast enough so as it can power everything as well as charging the battery but the battery is a 12volt battery you can get high power 12v batts if your using alot of electrics on the car etc.
Hopefully that covers what you asked let me know if you need further assistance ok