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Old 17-01-2014, 10:23   #1 (permalink)
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I've got an Elddis Autoquest which has a 12v plug near the fresh water inlet, for plugging in a pump on a hose to fill up with. Can anyone tell me what type of plug I need to get for this? Its smaller than a cigarette lighter plug, but looks similar. I've not seen anything like it.
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I think you are looking for a Hella plug

Does it look like this ..



if so this is the plug

Hella Plug
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That's the same as the socket we have in the van bathroom. Recently bought an adapter so we can use things with the cigarette lighter type plugs.
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I think you are looking for a Hella plug

Does it look like this ..



if so this is the plug

Hella Plug
Brilliant; that's the one. Thanks very much for the link.
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Our previous Autoquest 100 had the external submersible pump with it when we bought it (still got it and use it actually as the scrappies weren't interested in bits) and that had the Hella plug already attached.

The 12v sockets in our Burstner are all Hella so I bought a couple of plugs similar to This One to replace the other type plug on existing multi-socket adapters we already had.
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