What is the plug with cap molded into the lower passenger side center console area?

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Asked by Sep 17, 2012 at 06:48 PM about the 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix GT

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I just got the car and found that it had this plug? Inside looks like a USB port? Audio? Can't find it in the owners manual either. Thanks.

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originally it was a2nd 12v power outlet, similar to the cig lighter, if it has an afterrmarket deck in it or something its possible that they changed it to "blend" into the car but still be with audio, if no aftermarket deck chances r they used it to charge via usb like iphone or something

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Lmao now Chrysler or ford will turn around and say its new next year and its their original idea just like in 07 when OMG OMG Ford has this awesome new technology where the minivan doors open via a button and close the same way omg its awesome new and exciting!!!! I'm not positive on the year but its either a 92 or 93 chevy lumina van my step mom had had the fully auto doors. Hooray for hyped up 15yr old technology. Chrysler tried claiming the displacement on demand as some cool new tech when Cadillac was messing with the stuff in the 70s. They didn't have the fuel delivery capabilities so they quit trying.

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