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Old 01-31-2013, 01:06 PM
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Default where to hide my diablosport OBD2 cable?

I'm about to hook up my trinity into my 2010 and it's unbelievably cold outside so i don't really have time to mess with anything lol.

but how are you guys running the OBD2 cable so it's hidden behind the dash and run up into the programmer itself?
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I mounted mine in the corner of the windshield and ran wire to the corner and behind the dash to the connector...looks great IMHO...check out my build thread for pics
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Ran mine from the OBD2 port under the dash to by the drivers door. Then up and popped it out in the bottom of the windshield where the A-pillar meets dash. Looks really clean and you can easily remove the unit and obd-2 if you need to.

There are also other options of using a OBD-2 splitter, which essentially gives you a second OBD-2 to plug inot so you still have your stock one for diags at the dealer and what not or you could do like i did with my Subaru a few years back and hard wire it in.
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this is how i mounted my trinity. the cable is going from the connector behing the dash to where you see in the pictures.
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eww, that does not look good at all. holes in trim that cost over $100 a pop, not a good idea.
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eww, that does not look good at all. holes in trim that cost over $100 a pop, not a good idea.
if you are thinking about the price of each item you won't change or mod anything. wheres the fun in that?
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I mounted mine in the corner of the windshield and ran wire to the corner and behind the dash to the connector...looks great IMHO...check out my build thread for pics
how did you get it behind the dash? did you just lift a corner up or something??
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how did you get it behind the dash? did you just lift a corner up or something??
Can anyone help me out with this? It doesn't seem like the wire/ends will fit. Do I have to notch the dash to get it to fit or should the wire fit without any cutting?


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i ended up just running the cable inside of my door weather strip and wrapped the leftover cable around my emergency brake lol.. looks hidden enough until i buy the pillar mounts and do it right.
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