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Old 08-05-2014, 10:18 AM   #1
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Hello new to the forums. You guys that used the maestro whats the best way to tap into obd2 wires? I was told not to use suit case connecters on data wires so gow did u guys do it. If any pics that would be great. I just dont want to mess up that harness.
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Just find the wires on the OBD2 connector, use wire strippers to slide the insulation back a bit, and solder them then tape them up.
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I actually tapped in a plug, so I could unplug it.
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