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4Runner Magnetic Mount for a Choetech Wireless Fast Charging Dock

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4Runner Magnetic Mount for a Choetech Wireless Fast Charging Dock by ElvisExMachina Apr 22, 2016
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This is a wireless phone charger with an integrated magnetic mount that I built for my 2016 Toyota 4Runner. The detailed build instructions are available on my blog. This is built for the Choetech 3 Coil Wireless Charger and the blog link shows how to integrate magnets for a magnetic phone mount and wireless charging.

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