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Cig Lighter power port

I have a Yuasa Battery Tender. The pigtail from the battery attaches to the cord from the Tender with a 2-prong plug approx 1/2 " wide with a male and female on each connector. Does anyone know of a cig lighter-style power port that would connect with the same plug? I figured Pep Boys would have something, but they acted like they had never heard of such a thing.

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i got mine from wal-mart. same connecter as my battery tender jr. if you want a pic of it i can get one.





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Radio Shack sells the 2 pin connectors that match up to the Battery tender jr. You just gave me another project to work on.

http://www.radioshack.com/product/in...ductId=2062212

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I have one too, that I just may have also got from Wally World.
It's made more for plugging into a 4 prong trailer harness (but only using to prongs) but also works fine on the tender plugs.
Looks like this.....



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Just a heads up to any one ordering the two connector lead from Radio Shack in OttawaGuy`s post. They show two leads in the picture, but a closer reading says only 1-12 inch accessory cable included.

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[QUOTE=hyperbuzzin;89282]I have one too, that I just may have also got from Wally World.

Looks like this.....



yea..this is what i have.





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Just a heads up to any one ordering the two connector lead from Radio Shack in OttawaGuy`s post. They show two leads in the picture, but a closer reading says only 1-12 inch accessory cable included.
I think (but not positive) that the one cable has a connector on each end.....

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.... with polarized plug and jack.
But then, if you'd use one end on power, and the other on the accessory, they'd be plugged together with Positive to Negative?????


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I got mine from walmart too Joe. They should be in the automotive dept.

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