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Old 01-02-2007, 04:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone in here found an easy way to move the OBD-II port? I am trying to record some info while I'm driving but my connector from AE is so big it covers my break pedal.
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Has anyone in here found an easy way to move the OBD-II port? I am trying to record some info while I'm driving but my connector from AE is so big it covers my break pedal.
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The OBD-II port is simply clipped into the dash panel. Look up under the dash at the OBD-II port. On each side, you will see a clip. Press in on the clips and the OBD-II port will pop out. You can then place it anywhere you'd like.
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The OBD-II port is simply clipped into the dash panel. Look up under the dash at the OBD-II port. On each side, you will see a clip. Press in on the clips and the OBD-II port will pop out. You can then place it anywhere you'd like. [/b]
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Thanks for the info, I think I need to look closer at the port when there's more light around.
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