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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is kind of involved - you'd probably be better off to get a 12v lighter ( accessory ) socket assembly from your local parts house with a 30 amp inline fuse and wire it directly to your battery. Many of these accessory kits come with a mounting bracket so you can mount it somewhere convenient. Don't wire one directly to the battery without a fuse as you could cause a major meltdown and / or fire. Getting a kit rated 30 amp will be more than enough current for your needs.You could run a new wire ( 14 ga. Minimum) to your existing socket through a fuseholder then to the battery but, usually, it's difficult to get access to the lighter socket to hook up the wire. If you do this, make sure you use a quick connector and don't just wrap the wire on the terminal end - it could fall off and cause a short circuit which may kill ( and burn ) your car.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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