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Can you read the diagram? I haven't looked at your owners manual fuse boxes to see if you have cigar relay? Either way should work, In the diagram, the orange wire is voltage, black wire is ground for both the cigar lighter and/or auxiliary power outlet. Note the fuses.
says the power requirements are 120/240 VAC 3 wire single phase.
Almost all wiring includes a ground wire, so saying 3 wire also says it additionally has a ground wire. However, many oven outlets were wired using the neutral as the ground (now considered illegal - especially for new installations) - so they had a 3 prong plug.
Metering from any 2 holes (at a time) in the receptacle should reveal 240 V (across the similar slots) and 120 V and 120 V (from outside slots to middle slot).
Online sites have wiring diagams available for download. Auto parts outlets have manuals covering wiring diagrams. Obtain a shop manual for the vehicle. Libraries also may have shop manuals available for loan. Hope this helps you. PS try wiring diagrams .com
Your question is a little hard to decipher!
By "110 outlets" I assume you mean 110V AC Power Points.
By "read hot" I would guess that you mean an Active or Hot AC Voltage where it shouldn't be and not Red Hot.
If that is the case then you need to have an electrician test the power point outlets before someone gets an electric shock.
If you are unsure of whats what then a diagram aint going to help!
Sorry.... But Safety First
Dealing with electrical problems at these voltages can be lethal.
Now.... if you have an ohm meter you can check the wiring with the power off and yes.... a diagram would be helpful.... even for the electrician
According to the wiring diagrams, you vehicle is only equipped with one (1) Cigar Lighter/Power Outlet. Usually, the wiring diagrams will show others as possible options if they are available from the manufacturer. There are no optional additional power outlets on the diagrams I have.
However, power outlets are available at most aftermarket parts stores...You could install an additional one if you have a need for another one.
Make sure you also have a dedicated outlet and power source for your dryer. This means a single outlet with a single circuit breaker. Most homes are constructed this way to ensure safe operation of the appliance and to prevent improper loading. If you have questions, please let me know.
As far as a wiring diagram is concerned, most manufacturers place a schematic drawing inside the operator console of the appliance for troublshooting purposes. I hope this helps.
This model of cook top needs the 4 wire install because it has both 220v and 110v circuits. The forth wire is a neutral that operates the 110v circuit. You can move the ground of the 3 wire outlet to neutral, but ONLY! if the ground wire is insulated. What this will do is give you both your 220v and 110v circuits. The problem with that is your cook top will not be grounded. The best solution is to locate a neutral wire and tap into it, this will give you your 4 wire circuit. Your missing a neutral in a 3 wire outlet.