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Yes Orton...that is the downside to the cigar type powerpoints. How about those 60 amp fused powerpoint at the driver's seat? Are they hot all the time...or only when the ignition is on? I believe Longboard said that his factory installed inverter only works when the vehicle is running. I think my best bet is to hard wire my inverter directly to my batter(y/ies), or one of those 60 amp powerpoints at the driver's seat pedestal.
The problem with using the power points is they are only have 12 volt power for 30 minutes after engine is turned off. You can turn them back on for another 30 minutes by opening the cab doors or locking and unlocking the van with the key fob.
Do not know if Ford inverter also turns off after 30 minutes. Someone here can reply with that info.
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