AutoMeter 5323 Low Profile OBD-II Signal Splitter/Adapter
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.
- 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.
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 4 business days for AutoMeter to ship this item.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
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