Adding two dual USB rapid charging ports 

Courtesy of a friend from Kar Tunes in Phoenix, AZ hooked me up with these two USB rapid charge units. It’s always nice to have extra outlets for cellphones or walkie talkies, etc.

Since my tundra does not have heated seats, I removed the two pop outs the would occupy those slots. Very easy process.

I removed the lower dash with the 12v outlet and the 120W outlet. Now, some people (majority of them) don’t read their manual. It has some awesome “nice to know” features. Anyways, the cigarette lighter turns off when the ignition is turned off but the other outlet stays on for 2hours. So you can guess which outlet would be best for me.

I installed the two USB’s and wired them up to the 120w wires. Reinstalled the lower dash. I then turned on the Tundra and both USB’s lit up and where funtionable. I shut the tundra off and the blue lights remained on. 2 hours later the blue lights were off. Seems to be that this was a simple upgrade.

Install complete.

Total Cost: $30

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