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Model S Integrated Center Console

Discussion in 'Model S' started by glewis83186, Jul 21, 2018.

  1. glewis83186

    glewis83186 Member

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    Hello everyone I own a 2015 MS 85 and I bought an integrated center console from @Yaro off this forum and was happy to receive it a few days. Today is the install day and after taking out the stock console I notice the connection cable are a little different than whats on the integrated console. The connection for the USB's work just fine, but the 12V socket doesn't work since the cable from the console itself isn't long enough to reach to the one that the car comes with. As the car has to connections while the new console only as one. I don't know if theres an adapter that works with this system but not I'm sitting here wondering what I should do next. Has anyone changed out there center console with one of theres Gen two consoles? Any advice is helpful.
     

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