How-To: Add USB Charger Outlet in Rear Doors

cityredneck

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you have to buy a minimum quantity of 20 each which ends up being well over $100. Not very economical when you add in all the other parts and the USB ports. I’m thinking about possibly making a few kits of these to sell but we’ll see.

did you happen to make any more of the little wiring harness for this? if so did you want to sell a couple?
 

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got mine in the mail today, harness looks outstanding, now to just wait for cooler weather to put it in the truck
 

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Looks like someone already has this for sale. I’d have went this route if available 2 weeks ago but still mine works good
Where did you find these?
 

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Added dual USB 3.0 to both rear doors on my 2010 Laramie. With a background in car audio and security, it was pretty simple. That being said, I still used a basic set of clamshell wire taps to do it. Ended up it was the center wires on the window switch wiring. The ground is the same color for moth sides, and the power was different colors, but same spot.

I found a pack of 5 of the USB chargers with fused wiring included. I removed the fuse portion because the switches are already fused.

Also did the front 12v socket (console shift), but have found that it is too much for my wireless charger, so I may change it to the one in the console instead..
 
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