Question Cigarette Lighter Receptacle

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    Default Cigarette Lighter Receptacle

    I have a 1997 Tacoma.
    I would like to have the cigarette lighter receptacle "hot" all the time for a cell phone accessory.(Currently it's only "hot" when the ignition switch is in the run or accessory position)
    Can any one tell me which wires to switch around on which fuse block so that I can accomplish this?
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    Default Re: Cigarette Lighter Receptacle

    Quote Originally Posted by georgie View Post
    I have a 1997 Tacoma.
    I would like to have the cigarette lighter receptacle "hot" all the time for a cell phone accessory.(Currently it's only "hot" when the ignition switch is in the run or accessory position)
    Can any one tell me which wires to switch around on which fuse block so that I can accomplish this?
    Thanks'
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    If you want to do a quicky you could cut the wire to the lighter,tape the end, splice another wire from the lighter to your stereo yellow constant wire and put a 10 amp fuse inline.
    Last edited by JRE56; 06-04-2008 at 02:08 AM.

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    Default Re: Cigarette Lighter Receptacle

    Quote Originally Posted by georgie View Post
    I have a 1997 Tacoma.
    I would like to have the cigarette lighter receptacle "hot" all the time for a cell phone accessory.(Currently it's only "hot" when the ignition switch is in the run or accessory position)
    Can any one tell me which wires to switch around on which fuse block so that I can accomplish this?
    Thanks'
    :happy:
    I know this is a pretty old post, but...

    Toyota Tacoma Cigarette Lighter Modification

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    Default Re: Cigarette Lighter Receptacle

    IIRC, the cigarette lighter has its own power source, just needs a "switched" power source for it's relay, and using the suggestion above would do it.
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    Default Re: Cigarette Lighter Receptacle

    Thanks folks for the tip!!!!
    I want to give it a try
    What gauge wire should be used for the jumper?
    Thanks again.....

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    Default Re: Cigarette Lighter Receptacle

    Looking at the pics. I would say about 12 or 14 should do it.

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