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DCF813 impact wrench run on car supply?


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I would like to leave my DCF813 impact wrench in the car for emergency use but I would like to keep my battery at home for my other tools.

I hooked up the DCF813 to 12V from the cigarette lighter but it didn't work, only the LED lit up briefly and the motor didn't move at all.  I notice the battery connector has two more contacts which I suppose is for voltage or temperature sensing. 

So my question is what else could I do to make it run on car supply?

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