Charging your phone while on the go can be a hassle. You have to find a power outlet, find your phone, and plug it in. Sometimes you’re lucky enough to find an open spot, but other times you’re out of luck. That’s where car chargers come in handy.
They’re small, portable devices that can quickly and easily charge your phone. But what if you don’t know how to install one? Don’t worry – we have the solution for you! In this blog post, we will show you step by step how to install a car charger in 60 minutes or less.
What You’ll Need
If you’re like most people, your home charger isn’t up to the task of keeping your phone charged all day. Luckily, there are a few easy tweaks you can make to extend your battery life.
Here’s what you’ll need:
-An electrical drill with a bit size that fits your car’s cigarette lighter socket
-A power cord long enough to reach your outlet and Car charger
-A set of screwdrivers (flathead, Phillips, and Torx)
-Screws (2 inch long)
1. Start by unscrewing the cover on the cigarette lighter socket in your car. Make sure not to lose the screws!
2. Now remove the old plug from the socket by gently pulling it out.
3. Insert the new plug into the socket and screw it in place.
4 Reattach the cover to the socket by tightening three screws (the ones that came out when you removed the old plug).
5. Route the power cord beneath or around your car so that it reaches an outlet near where you parked it.
6. Plug in your Car charger and wait for it to turn on – if all goes well, you’re done!
Preparing the Area
1. Remove the existing outlet from the wall and clean the surface where it will be attached.
2. Measure and cut a hole in the wall roughly the size of the outlet you are replacing.
3. Insert an electrical box into the hole, using screws or nails if needed. Note: Make sure that your electrical box has two female plugs on one side (the side with the metal contacts) and two male plugs on the other side (the side without metal).
4. Push your new outlet through thehole, lining it up with screw holes in your electric box and attach it with screws or nails as needed.
Installing the Charger
If you’re looking to improve your home car charger installation skills in minutes, we’ve got the perfect guide for you. In this article, we’ll walk you through the simple steps of installing a new or replacement car charger. Once you have the basics down, you’ll be able to install car chargers with ease, no matter your level of expertise.
To get started, grab yourself a new or replacement car charger and a power source like an outlet or USB port. If you’re replacing an existing charger, make sure to remove the old one first. Next, connect the charger to the power source and plug it into an available outlet. If everything looks good and there’s no orange light flashing on the charger, it’s ready to use!