Date: Mon, 18 Mar 2002 21:53:45 -0000
From: "Murphwiz" <murphwiznopsamail.comTAKEMEOUT>
Subject: Re: Saab 9.5 and connectinga  permanent voltage line for a towbar socket

"Fam. Lammers" <> wrote in message news:a75lf3$b4p$ > I have got a 1998 Saab 9.5 and had a towbar fitted. > The towbar is fitted witha 7 pin European socket (as I live in Holland). > > I found out that only 6 pins are connected and that the 7th one which is > intended for a permanent voltage line is not connected. > > Up to now I've only been pulling a trailer, and didn't need the 7th line. > But I recently bought a caravan so I would like to connect the permanent > voltage line to enable the fridge to run on 12Volts and have electrical > power when not connected to 220 Volts. > > Does anyone know if there is a special 12 Volt power line in the trunk area > of the car for this purpose which I could connect, or alternatively if there > is a permanent 12V line which I could T-off from?? > > gr. GertTry in the boot, in the spare wheel well, should find the saab towbar wiring in there.

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