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Old 03-19-2019, 07:50 PM   #1
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Some juice

Got some juice. Ctek 3300. Any problem leaving top down while connected?

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Old 03-20-2019, 06:42 AM   #2
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Can't imagine it would be an issue
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Old 03-20-2019, 11:21 AM   #3
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Up or down doesn't matter. I always left my charger on the floor mat. Heat is not friendly to leather.
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If the cord is long enough I would place the charger outside the vehicle if possible . Just in case something happens with the charger and it overheats or worse catches fire . While the chances are remote you don't want to be that guy that say's " I wish I didn't leave it in the car " . I believe that the passenger side door weatherstripping has a small cutout from the factory for running the power cord through .
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If the cord is long enough I would place the charger outside the vehicle if possible . Just in case something happens with the charger and it overheats or worse catches fire . While the chances are remote you don't want to be that guy that say's " I wish I didn't leave it in the car " . I believe that the passenger side door weatherstripping has a small cutout from the factory for running the power cord through .
I run my "factory" charger keeping it outside; there is a cutout on the driver side weatherstip for running the wire through.

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