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    confused Rear Power Socket in Armrest console

    Does anyone know how to get access to this?

    as i need to get a feed from it!
    but have NO idea on how to take it apart!

    cheer's!
    mike

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    Thought it just popped off,the whole back panel just unclips iirc

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    If you put your finger inside the socket and grip, a firm pull will remove the panel that it is mounted into.

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    i just gave it a wack on the side n it jst falls off

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    ste if you did thta mate think you may get a tingle in ya fingers lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ste View Post
    If you put your finger inside the socket and grip, a firm pull will remove the panel that it is mounted into.
    Done!!

    cheer's guy's!

    an there was no tingle!

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    if the ignition is off there's no power to the socket. and even if there were, you would not get a shock.

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    You wouldn't even feel 12V anyway. It's not like it's mains or anything. So no, you wouldn't feel a tingle even if you're hands were wet.

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    You won't start to feel DC voltage until it reaches something like 40 to 60 volts (unless of course you put the terminals across your tongue)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Dave View Post
    You won't start to feel DC voltage until it reaches something like 40 to 60 volts (unless of course you put the terminals across your tongue)
    When did you last test this theory ......................

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