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Do you know where the switch is for the 120 power outlets on the highlandfer limited

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Ignition switch has to be on "Accessory", or "On" for the 12 volt, 120 watt power outlets on centre console and in the boot (trunk) to be on. I'm not aware of a method of turning them "off", other than when the ignition is off. Good luck!

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