External water pump

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  1. pstockhi

    pstockhi Read Only Funster

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    Hoping some one might be able to help me I have a external pump from a caravan can I change the plug and put a cigarettes type 12 volt conection on it and plug it in to the cab 12 volt socket so that I can fill up the on board water tank many thanks peter:Eeek:
     
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    Hi Peter.

    If it just a standard 12v pump with a + and - cable attached you won't have a problem.

    Mike.
     
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    Go for it,

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    if it doesnt pump try swapping the pos and neg over.

    if its going to be a regular thing it may be worth fitting a 12v socket near the filler.
    a simple DIN socket and plug will do. thats what i have.

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    Yes ...

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