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There are Fahrenheit versions available.


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'Bolter
Ya, unfortunately it appears to only register in centigrade.


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Ok, here's the Fahrenheit/Volt meter and it's cheaper!

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00SXZDKT...mFtZT1zcF9kZXRhaWw&smid=AFHAE9RJVUMB

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Yeah it is actually more below the ash tray. I was just wondering what filled that hole when it shipped from the factory. Was it a painted plug similar to what covers electrical knockouts? Actually a 12V power point to plug in a USB charger is a good idea.


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Originally Posted by Woodcmiami
Yeah it is actually more below the ash tray. I was just wondering what filled that hole when it shipped from the factory. Was it a painted plug similar to what covers electrical knockouts? Actually a 12V power point to plug in a USB charger is a good idea.
Go back and read post #2 in the thread. They came with a plug from the factory.


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For those of us that don’t smoke, they also have this. Temperture/ 36 watt USB Charger [amazon.com]

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