Re: 12v to 110v Converter doesn't work
This is in the wrong forum, but I'll help you out anyway. You didn't indicate which 110v outlet you're trying to use. Note that the outlet (not sure whether its 12/110v inside the cubby/console is actually always hot, so you should always get power to it with or without running the Jeep.
The other two outlets in the back (cargo area + on back of center console) are both switched power sources and will require the Jeep to be running to get power. Obviously if there's one on your dash, it's switched too.
Note: you can change the always hot plug into a switched plug by changing the fuse location to the secondary location in the fuse box.
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