Power sockets in the vehicle
Please note and
chapter, on page 229.
at the beginning of this ca
Introduction to the topic
Electrical devices can be connected to the vehicle's
Make sure that the maximum power of the sockets
is not exceeded. The power consumption of
The 12 volt socket only works with the ignition on.
external devices is stated on the manufacturer's
12 volt outlet
Improper use of power outlets and electrical devices
can cause fire and serious injury.
· Never leave a child unattended in the vehicle.
Power outlets and the devices connected to
them can be used when the ignition is on.
· If electrical devices get too hot, turn them off
immediately and disconnect them from the
Fig. 179 In the front storage compartment, at the rear
of the center console or on the left side of the luggage
compartment: 12-volt socket with folding cover
· To avoid damage to the electrical system, do not
Never connect electrical devices that supply
current, such as solar panels or battery chargers,
to 12 volt outlets to charge the 12 volt battery.
The continuous power of all 12 volt sockets in the
vehicle is 120 watts total ÿ pg. 229.
· Only use electrical devices that comply with the
applicable directives for electromagnetic
The maximum power from each 12 volt outlet is
180 watts total with the engine running.
· Do not use any defective devices.
· To prevent voltage fluctuations from
cause damage, turn off electrical devices before
switching the ignition on and off and starting the
If the 12 volt outlet is used at full power for longer
than indicated, the fuse may blow.
· Never connect to an electrical outlet
· Never use the 12 volt socket
12 volt electrical devices that consume more
power than indicated. Exceeding the maximum
tios at full power for more than 10 minutes.
power consumption could damage the vehicle's
· In case of maximum power, use a single 12 volt
· Observe the operating instructions for
The 12-volt battery slowly discharges when
electrical devices are turned on
with the engine off and the ignition on.
Non-insulated devices can cause
interference to the radio, infotainment system
and vehicle electronics.
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230, 115 or 100 volt socket
power consumption of the connected devices is
excessive or the ambient temperature is very high.
The 230, 115 or 100 volt sockets can be used again
after a cooling phase.
In order to be able to use the 230, 115 or 100 volt
socket again after the cooling phase, you must first
unplug the plug of the connected device and then
plug it back in. This prevents the electrical device
from being turned on again unintentionally.
The electrical system is under high voltage!
· Do not spill liquids into the power outlet.
Fig. 180 On the left side of the boot: 230, 115 or 100
· Do not plug adapters or extension cords into
230, 115 or 100 volt sockets.
Otherwise the integrated child lock will unlock
and the socket will work.
It has a maximum power of 150 watts (peaks of 300
With the engine running, the socket is automatically
activated as soon as a plug is inserted. If there is
· Do not insert conductive objects, e.g. eg, a
knitting needle, in the 230, 115 or 100 volt
sufficient energy available, the socket can also
continue to be used when the engine is switched off
— Connecting an electrical device: open the cover
(if present) and plug the plug into the socket as
far as it will go to unlock the integrated child lock.
The socket only supplies power once the child lock
has been unlocked.
· Do not hang heavy devices or connectors, eg.
e.g. a power adapter, directly from the power
· Do not connect neon lamps.
· Only connect devices whose voltage matches
Power socket LED indicator ÿ fig. 180
that of the outlet to the outlet.
LED lit green: the child lock is unlocked. The
outlet is ready to work.
The built-in overload cut-out function
porada prevents those electrical devices that need
a high inrush current from turning on. In this case,
disconnect the power supply from the electrical
device and retry the connection after approx. 10
LED flashing green: The ignition is switched
off, but there is enough energy available to
continue supplying the socket with current for
a maximum of 10 minutes. If the connector is
unplugged before this time elapses, the socket
Some devices may not function properly
when connected to 230, 115 or 100 volt
outlets due to lack of power (watts).
is switched off and cannot be used again until
the ignition is switched on again.
LED flashing red: there is some anomaly,
such as overcurrent shutdown or overheating.
Shutdown due to overheating When
the temperature exceeds a certain value, the converter
from the 230, 115 or 100 volt sockets shuts off
automatically. The shutdown prevents overheating