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I'm trying to find the location of the 112v converter for the power outlet in the rear seat area. Does anyone know where it's "hidden"? Thanks in advance.
 

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I'm trying to find the location of the 112v converter for the power outlet in the rear seat area. Does anyone know where it's "hidden"? Thanks in advance.
I believe it's in the center console, probably under the storage bin right behind or near the plug


I'm curious too, do the 2006's have a 112v port?
No, they weren't added until 2008+ models when they started adding all the other fancier features like heated rear seats and powered lift gate, etc.
 

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If you're referring to the 115-volt AC inverter. The module is located behind the driver side rear quarter trim panel.

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If you're referring to the 115-volt AC inverter. The module is located behind the driver side rear quarter trim panel.

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I think I also heard that the Boston Acoustics amp is back there too. Next time I visit the boneyard I'm going exploring... I've got the correct panel with outlet and rear seat warmer switches located (09 Grand Cherokee) and there is a fuse for "power inverter" in place under the hood. Going to look into this after I get my heated seats running, see if I'm pre-wired for 115-volt AC.
 

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I think I also heard that the Boston Acoustics amp is back there too. Next time I visit the boneyard I'm going exploring... I've got the correct panel with outlet and rear seat warmer switches located (09 Grand Cherokee) and there is a fuse for "power inverter" in place under the hood. Going to look into this after I get my heated seats running, see if I'm pre-wired for 115-volt AC.
If you plan on installing this stuff. Don't forget you have to replace the accessory switch bank/switch pod, in your dash as well. You can't just install the switch. This switch turns your inverter on and off. And who knows what else you might be needing?

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