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post #1 of 22 Old 01-05-2019, 09:15 AM Thread Starter
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What that outlet?


Since I have soft top and bought hard top I was installing my backup lights I found that mystery outlet can some one tell me for what is it ? And plz make fun of me thank u.


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post #2 of 22 Old 01-05-2019, 01:06 PM
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Is it on the rear driver side corner? If so it is probably the power harness for the hard top washer fluid pump/wiper/defroster? Hard to tell what part of jeep Im looking at.

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Is it on the rear driver side corner? If so it is probably the power harness for the hard top washer fluid pump/wiper/defroster? Hard to tell what part of jeep Im looking at.

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Itís on passenger side I thought is for the hard top.


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Itís on passenger side I thought is for the hard top.


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Outlet is under that plastic trim in corner



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Hmm. Im not sure. Looks like yours is a bit newer then mine. I am assuming the wire zip tied to the tailgate strap is the one you ran? Maybe a rear camera or something installed by the previous owner? Im guessing aftermarket something as my harness plugs are all blad with red lock tabs. If it were me Id have to pull some carpet to figure it out just out of curiosity.

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Connector for rear speaker/12v outlet?

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Connector for rear speaker/12v outlet?
I think you are right. I took all that stuff out, tossed it. That plug was for the 12v and the speaker on the passenger side and my hard top stuff was driver. if i recall.

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I think you are right. I took all that stuff out, tossed it. That plug was for the 12v and the speaker on the passenger side and my hard top stuff was driver. if i recall.


I am thinking the same is for subwoofer Bc is manufacture plug not after market. That my only thoughts


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The 12v accessory outlet is on that side and if older than 2014, the sub would be there too.

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The 12v accessory outlet is on that side and if older than 2014, the sub would be there too.

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Do u know where I can get a plug for it Bc I trying to hook cigarettes lighter plug to it to hook my fridge mopar discontinued I look on their web page.


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This is the part number. 68225137AA

However, that is only the sub connections. There isn't 12V in those pins.

There should be another connecter back there with, I think 2 wires but a 3 pin plug. That will be the aux plug harness. Beware, I think 10A is it's max capacity.

What are you going to use the plug for? I'm guessing something like a fridge?

A fridge can draw anywhere from 3-10A, some will fuse the cord at 15A. If that's the case, I would seriously consider running a 10-12 GA wire from the battery and connect those to the outlet. That way, you know you have heavy enough wire.

In my JK, I installed my own 12V / dual USB plugs. I ran a 12GA wire direct to the outlets from the battery. It runs my fridge (3A max draw) used to run a 12V charger for my streamlight and could run USB accessories.

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This is the part number. 68225137AA

However, that is only the sub connections. There isn't 12V in those pins.

There should be another connecter back there with, I think 2 wires but a 3 pin plug. That will be the aux plug harness. Beware, I think 10A is it's max capacity.

What are you going to use the plug for? I'm guessing something like a fridge?

A fridge can draw anywhere from 3-10A, some will fuse the cord at 15A. If that's the case, I would seriously consider running a 10-12 GA wire from the battery and connect those to the outlet. That way, you know you have heavy enough wire.

In my JK, I installed my own 12V / dual USB plugs. I ran a 12GA wire direct to the outlets from the battery. It runs my fridge (3A max draw) used to run a 12V charger for my streamlight and could run USB accessories.


u mean this plug sorry. I am dummy with electronics so there is outlet for this on or just I cured and solder to it ?yes backup-camera or fridge



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u mean this plug sorry. I am dummy with electronics so there is outlet for this on or just I cured and solder to it ?yes backup-camera or fridge



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I agree for fridge I will run 12A wire straight to battery Bc I saw some one plug melt but I can use it for backup camera correct


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A backup camera uses miniscule amounts of power. So the factory cable will have more than enough capacity.

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