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Power port panel installed

Here is a pic of the panel re-installed. I like the fact that the plugs and switch are out of the way of anything being loaded or unloaded from the Vue. In fact, it is really hard to see from the rear door since it basically faces towards the front of the vehicle. If you didn't already know it was there, you'd miss it. Now I need to find some sort of caps to cap off the 12vdc ports. I wish I could find some that are the same as what is in the dash. That would make it look more O.E.M.



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Registered: January 2003
Location: Fresno California
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Date: Thu, September, 2, 2004
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#3 Sun, September, 6, 2009 6:00pm
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Doh! Didn't realize there was a time limit to edit my post. Anyway, just curious as to the size of the inverter you used to provide 110V. Very nice setup!
#4 Sun, September, 6, 2009 6:02pm
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is there anyway to get some more pictures of how you did this i would realy like to do this to my vue
#5 Sun, October, 11, 2009 7:18pm
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Child safe household outlet caps with dark slate gray or just black Polycarb paint for RC cars (at a hobby shop). Polycarbonate paint is much more flexible, strong, and more adhering to the material versus enamel or acrylic.

Great idea! What was you method to do this?
#6 Sun, September, 18, 2011 10:49am

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