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Today already started looking for a permanent voltage wire in the trunk. In order to have 12 V available at all times, also when the car is locked

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I seriously doubt that you will find a permanently powered circuit in your trunk. I know that none exists for the 2010-2012 models.

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Depending on what you have in your trunk, some models have the power striker to open the "quick release" trunk and others have the gate opening module.

 

Both connectors offer a constant 12V. Look at the connector diagrams below. I know you have a Mondeo but I imagine it can't be much different except for maybe the wire color.

 

Connector C4174A are pin 4 and 9

Connector C4816 is pin 1

 

 

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I've found one: see my picture above. This grey connector or socket or whatever you name it, has a wire (thick one) that has permanently 12V .

I've checked it out with a small lamp, Car locked for over an hour and it still burns..

The circuit will be fused with 15 amps.

Already found a proper place

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Very nice. I'm going to duplicate your installation to power up my thermo-electric cooler on long trips.

Great that you received help to find a power source,

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NICE ! I forgot you have the Estate !!!

I think you're wrong again...

I have the 5 door Hatchback.

 

It is HB, no?

Saloon = 4 doors?

Estate = large trunk?

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Estate= station wagon?

Here in the US there's a blurry line between wagon and hatchback. Even dealers will call the same car by 2 different terms. We only have Fusion sedans here unfortunately.

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Americans simply don't like estates (station wagons). We prefer CUVs like the Kuga (Escape here).

 

The hatchback would sell better but given the production constraints it just isn't a priority.

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Americans simply don't like estates (station wagons). We prefer CUVs like the Kuga (Escape here).

 

The hatchback would sell better but given the production constraints it just isn't a priority.

They are also NOT my favorite. The CUV/SUV's are expencive in Europe(Belguim)

 

And Henry Ford invented the "assembly line" ?? Come on !

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Hatchbacks are cool but I love a car with a big ol' butt. I'd drive a freaking hearse if I was allowed to park it at work, but they say it's "bad taste" to drive a hearse to a children's hospital. LOL

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Hatchbacks are cool but I love a car with a big ol' butt. I'd drive a freaking hearse if I was allowed to park it at work, but they say it's "bad taste" to drive a hearse to a children's hospital. LOL

 

Lincoln has just the car for you.....

 

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