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Thread: PLUG, along side of LOW AIR PRESSURE alarm , under dash, above brake pedal

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    Default PLUG, along side of LOW AIR PRESSURE alarm , under dash, above brake pedal

    what is the purpose of this, it appears to be a plug-in for something ???

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    If I'm thinking of the same one, I use that 24-Volt outlet for the strobe lights mounted on the SEE and the HMMH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAJOR View Post
    what is the purpose of this, it appears to be a plug-in for something ???
    European DIN plug. Their equivalent of the US cigarette plug. Adapters are available to convert to a cigarette outlet, but as FluFarm said, it is 24V.

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    I bought the correct male plugs on eBay or Amazon (can't remember which now) to avoid having two connections, but for one application it was easier to go with the adapter that Speedwoble mentioned. Also either an eBay or Amazon purchase.

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