Our classic cars have to endure the modern world of sat navs, mobile phones and other gadgets that we need to take with us and charge up. If your classic car does not have a cigar or cigarette lighter of old then you will probably want to install an accessory socket. In this video we show you how to install an accessory socket correctly… from deciding whether to have it permanently live or not, to wiring, choosing where to take an electricity feed from, how to fuse the circuit and other hints and tips along the way.
It is important to understand basic principles before progressing. In its simplest form, an electrical circuit is the flow of electrons from the positive side of the battery through a component back to the other battery terminal. For more tips on auto electrics, visit our course Classic Car Electrics.Watch Now >>
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