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Ok since I have gotten my "Ultra Gauge" I could no longer use my auto windows down feature since they both use the OBD2 port.
I went out and bought a OBD2 splitter and found that it was pretty bulky (like Bluetooth adapters) so I decided to relocate the OBD2 port.

Tools needed:
Your car key

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Just insert your key into the hole where the clip is and wiggle the unit out.

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Just slide the unit into the gap above where my fingers are.

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Now you can have both functions and keep your interior looking clean. Or keeping your knee from hitting your OBD2 adapter.


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Great write up. Look real easy.

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Didn't know these existed. Just bought one for my auto window adapter, and my Torque adapter. :go:
 

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This'll throw them for a loop the next time you need an emissions inspection. Hehe

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This'll throw them for a loop the next time you need an emissions inspection. Hehe

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Beat me to this. This modification will "fail" emissions in Colorado because the ODBII port won't be where GM put it. If you live in an emissions test area remember to undo this mod before taking your car in for emissions testing.
 

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