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got tired of being blinded by the sun reflecting off the chrome
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Re: carbon fiber wraped shifter bezel

Looks cool!

Next mod: Add a 12V outlet in the center console where it can be covered and hidden. It'll keep the wires out of sight of potential thieves and get the wires away from the operational controls (shifter, etc).


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good idea most of those cords stay out of car just in there when installing to charge stuff

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Re: carbon fiber wraped shifter bezel

There is a 12V outlet in our console. The LS doesn't have one?


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Re: carbon fiber wraped shifter bezel

And a 110 outlet on the backside of the console in the LTZ.


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got tired of being blinded by the sun reflecting off the chrome
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Re: 2013 Carbon fiber wrapped shifter bezel

2LT has 12v inside the console and the 110v in the back,which I was wondering if anyone knows the max watts that the 110 can run,I mean I know I can't run like a welder or anything but what can I run other then just a wall wart for something.

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A wall wart? What is that?


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Re: 2013 Carbon fiber wrapped shifter bezel

In the Gen7 the 110V is 150W max so I imagine the Gen8 is similar or the same.

A "wall wart" is a power supply that plugs into the wall and has the transformer/supply in the housing with the plug sticking out. Ergo, a wart on the wall, or wall wart.



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