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Gauges, programmers, and numerous other upgrades for your truck require a constant stream of data coming through your OBD-II connector under the dash. In many cases, you can have two devices that you'd like to be plugged in at once, or what if you want to scan the truck for codes or other diagnostics? You are required to unplug your device in order to gain access to the OBD-II. With this splitter from AutoMeter, you can have two access points under your dash to aid in simplifying this mess.
This low profile OBD-II signal splitter / pass through alows for remote location of connections for AutoMeter products like AirDrive, DashLink, DashControl and SmartConnect instrumentation while providing an additional easy to access connection point for other onboard devices requiring access to the OBD-II data stream. This splitter may work with other non-AutoMeter products, as well, but have not been verified by AutoMeter.
- ManufacturerAuto Meter
- Connects to existing vehicle OBD-II port providing to remote mount connections to mount additional devices.
- 10 inch straight through leads with strain reliefs between 16 pin male and 16 female connectors compatible with J1962 OBD-II Standards
- Device and vehicle compatibility may vary. Signal slitter designed to maintain OBD-II data signal integrity across two remote connection points, but does not correct for data bus termination, traffic conflicts, or compatibilty of attached devices.
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Hello, I have a 2010 Dodge 2500 with the 6.7, Im currently running a H&S Mini Maxx tuner and would like to run an Edge CTS2 monitor together with my Mini Maxx if possible. Do you know if this splitter cable will allow me to do that??
Yes, this should be compatible with each other.
hi i would like to know if i can run a reflash and connect a programmer edge cts2 in a dodge ram 2500 2007 5.9??
I would not want to utilized both at the same time. At any time you are flashing a vehicle computer, you would want to make sure your plugged directly into the vehicle data port to avoid any interference that would affect vehicle programming. -TY
Will this splitter work on a '19 Chevrolet 2500hd??
The splitter should work fine, however, what you are plugging into the splitter may not. I would check with the manufacturer of the devices you are plugging in to see if they will work together. -Ben