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Does anyone have a suggestion on the easiest way to get 12v constant to this location?
I don't need to run a heavy load, but I want it on all the time not with the key. Someone
must have done this, I'm curious the simplest way to get this done, if anyone knows
which wires to pull 12v from nearby back in the back. Thanks!
 

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Look behind the LH rear light panel and there is a plug clipped onto the bodywork with nothing plugged into it.
This is the factory fridge connection - it has a permanent live feed and an ignition switched feed there.

Look in Rave under accessories fitting at how you fit the fridge and it will tell you more.
 

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But the LH sid is the wrong side of the car for him. At least here, the LH side is where the sub is.

The sub wire is fused anyway, so there's no need to run a separate line.

There could be a constant wire on the RH side for all I know...just get your multimeter out and start probing around back there. It's easy enough to get to.
 

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always-on +12 on LH side.
just run the wire under the carpet (for an inch or so) and down into the tire well, then across there, under the carpet again, and behind the panel on the RH side.
takes about 15 minutes.
plus an extra 45 minutes to find your zip-ties to secure it.
 
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