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Electrical equipment can be connected to both 12 Volt sockets.

Fig. 98 Detail of the side trim in the luggage compartment: 12 Volt socket
Fig. 98 Detail of the side trim in the luggage compartment: 12 Volt socket

Fig. 99 Electrical socket in the centre console
Fig. 99 Electrical socket in the centre console

Electrical socket in luggage compartment and front centre console

Ц Open the cover cap concealing the socket ⇒ fig. 98.
Ц Insert the plug of the electrical appliance into the socket.

Electrical socket in rear centre console

Ц Fold up the lid ⇒ fig. 100 to access the socket.
Ц Insert the plug of the electrical appliance into the socket.

Electrical equipment can be connected to the 12 Volt socket. The appliances connected to the socket must not exceed a power rating of 100 W.

WARNING
The electrical sockets and any appliances connected to them will operate only when the ignition is switched on. Improper use of the electrical sockets or the appliances connected to them can cause injuries or fire. To avoid the risk of injury, never leave children unsupervised in the vehicle with the key.

Caution
Х To avoid damage to the vehicle's electrical system, never connect equipment that generates electrical current, such as a solar panel or battery charger, to the 12 Volt sockets or cigarette lighter in order to charge the vehicle's battery.
Х Use only equipment which has been tested for electromagnetic compatibility in compliance with EC Directive 2004/104/EC.

Note
Using electrical appliances with the engine switched off will drain the battery.