It isn't a simple matter if you do not under stand the electrical system.
You could add an outlet on a switched fuse but that still takes knowledge of
the electrical system. Don't expect a dealer or anyone else to modify it as
that causes liability problems for them. Learn to unplug or turn off the
Thank you for the reply Woody. I do many things by rote today and getting out
of the car does not include anything other than removing the key in what
remains of my memory bank.... I retired from electronics industry 15 years
ago. Understand circuitry up to transistors but the microprocessors are
strange to me. Obtaining a wiring diagram would be my next step but this old
body of mine can't squeeze and twist under a dash as it once could. I might
manage cut white wire and solder to black wire.
I'd find someone who actually knows the vehicle. Some Chryslers for
it's just a matter of changing the configuration inside the power
I'd be surprised if there was a lot of redesign to change it. More likely
That being said, it's simpler to reconfigure so the power is on all the
it is possible the hardware was changed.
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