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    capanord 12v power outlet fuse

    Hello there !
    Recently I`ve noticed that 12v power outlet of the left side of my capanord isn`t working. I`ve checked all the fuses (one the dashboard and near the seat) - and all of them are ok. is there a any fuses location I`ve missed.
    thank you in advance

    here is explanation of power outlet location on capanord. picture is not mine
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    It is the "E" fuse up front on the dash. Far right fuse. Name:  fuses.png
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    Mine packed up ages ago because the wiring at the back corroded as it get lots of wet and crap thrown at it and its a cheap part.

    I disconnected the wiring, extended it and connected it to a bar mounted 12v socket with additional usb charging point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obi-Wan Kenobi View Post
    Mine packed up ages ago because the wiring at the back corroded as it get lots of wet and crap thrown at it and its a cheap part.

    I disconnected the wiring, extended it and connected it to a bar mounted 12v socket with additional usb charging point.
    A+

    I as well put one up on the dash. I don’t use the original one - stupid location really. If you really want one there it won’t be hard to modify an aftermarket one to fit, however best to remove wiring if it has given up and reroute a nice one up north!
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    I've one up top but still use original one for my optimate charger as they do a lead that fits the 12v plug

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    I also use the standard accessory outlet to check battery voltage, as long as you know the wire connections are clean.
    Using a combined digital voltmeter/ accessory connector.
    Checks the battery voltage with the headlights off

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    I saw this one on ebay, and I liked it. $11.05
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/12V-to-5V-W...gAAOSw-itXrBZn



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    I have made second power outlet on the dashboard with Aukey USB charger which is the only one that actually is charging my LG G2 with GPS on, 100% screen brightness and BT on. I had a few cheap USB chargers like this one above and none of them worked as it should. Couldn't get enough juice to charge my phone.

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    On your advice I bought this one.
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/US-UPS-ship...19.m1438.l2649

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    Quote Originally Posted by skvrnsk View Post
    I have made second power outlet on the dashboard with Aukey USB charger which is the only one that actually is charging my LG G2 with GPS on, 100% screen brightness and BT on. I had a few cheap USB chargers like this one above and none of them worked as it should. Couldn't get enough juice to charge my phone.

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/wEW6mKZK4DgI0uqF2
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    I have CC-T1 model with QuickCharge support, which I think is the key to maintaining enough charging power. Of course, You need to have a phone with QC support too and an Aukey USB cable, which makes a big difference. I have tested it with six or seven different cables and there is a significant difference in amperage. Even some of the good branded cables couldn't deliver enough power. I don't recommend cheap Chinese cables from Ali/eBay. They couldn't deliver more than 500mA and none of them, which I had a few, worked as standard USB cable to connect anything to PC. I assume they're made only for charging, but of course, You won't get that information from Ali seller site.
    But I'm no expert and all I know is that configuration works for me... for now. I'm thinking about making a permanent power supply straight from under the dashboard with one or two USB plugs, so it could be used in heavy rain without hesitation. Already had to clean it all from some rust and patina coating.
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    I looked but I could not find anything better than a Aukey 3.0 USB Type-C cable.
    There are braided Type-C cables; I just wonder if they have the same output.

    However, I did find this:
    AUKEY-36W-Car-Charger-USB-Quick-Charge-3-0-Car-Charger-Universal-Fast-Charging
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/AUKEY-36W-C....c100033.m2042

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    I had mine included. I think it comes with each of their chargers.

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