Question about NexxTech 175W Power Inverter
It could be any of a number of things, but the first 2 guesses I am going to make are:
1) The contacts in the cigarette lighter jack in the tractor are corroded; or
2) the wires that power the cigarette lighter jack in the tractor are too small of a gauge to provide enough current flow without a voltage drop. This one can be tested by popping the cigarette lighter jack out of the dashboard while still wired (carefully, you don't want to cause a short-circuit), and then plugging in the inverter and measuring the voltage with a multimeter going INTO the lighter jack. It should be at least 11.5, preferably 12, Volts. Test both before and after the inverter is plugged in. If the after reading drops too much, then you know you need a bigger gauge wire feeding the lighter jack.
Posted on Jul 24, 2014
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