Pro Car Universal Plug: puzzled

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  1. scotjimland

    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    Bought this plug from Road Pro (just been delivered) to fit on my Endless Breeze fan.. so can be used in both types of sockets..

    but what is this plastic lift up arm for.. ?

    Can't figure it out .. and it's probably obvious..

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    according to procars website - its a swing-out puller tool...for what ive not got a clue!!
     
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    my guess would be for fuses after youve overloaded the socket
     
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    It's for extracting the red part from the cig lighter socket if it becomes detached from the plug. If that happens you'll be quite pleased they thought of it. I was.
     
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    To make it look pretty.:)
     
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    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    nose picking ?
     
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    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    not so obvious then..

    thanks .. makes sense
     
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    One of things, you know, for horses hooves.
     
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    Beat me to it - it's for removing Boy Scouts from horses' hooves.
     
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    I have often wondered what it is for too. Your post has made me think about it again. Perhaps it is there in case the red adapter collar comes off inside a cigarette lighter socket when you pull the plug out, then you could 'winkle' it out.
     
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    wot he said (y)

    can't see it myself.. the collar is bayonet fitting and quite tight..

    maybe it's a tiny crochet hook :D
     
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    Bogie picker......... Just sayin :imoutahere:
     
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    Agreed. But some people rotate the plug during removal. I daren't ask them why :).
     
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    and I though I was the only person with 'some people' .. :LOL:

    the ones that break things without touching them.. :rolleyes:
     
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    its clearly a dubriferkin...... what else could it possible be !
     
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    It's a wig wam for winding the sun up!!
    Everyone knows that.
     
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