JohnActon posted:

Matt if it is EOB Cruise it will have a switch on the bottom of the tender which says cruise on / off.  Another trick, I use  long skinny needle nose pliers to hold the wires of the tether against the plug in order to insert the plug. Us as little pressure on the pliers as possible. Don't crush the bundle of wires, light pressure with pliers resting against the plug.  That tether is stiff and just long enough with no slack and the needle nose pliers really help get the plug fully seated into the female plug.          j

I didn't see a cruise on/off switch on the tender. I'll try the needle nose pliers and plug it in but I'm not sure if that'll make a difference.

Trainlover9943 posted:
JohnActon posted:

Matt if it is EOB Cruise it will have a switch on the bottom of the tender which says cruise on / off.  Another trick, I use  long skinny needle nose pliers to hold the wires of the tether against the plug in order to insert the plug. Us as little pressure on the pliers as possible. Don't crush the bundle of wires, light pressure with pliers resting against the plug.  That tether is stiff and just long enough with no slack and the needle nose pliers really help get the plug fully seated into the female plug.          j

I didn't see a cruise on/off switch on the tender. I'll try the needle nose pliers and plug it in but I'm not sure if that'll make a difference.

It won't keep it in just makes it easier to get in.         j

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