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  • Offline Stoke-NT   gb

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    Re: ODB2 adapter
    Reply #10 on: Dec 28, 2022, 11.58 am
    Dec 28, 2022, 11.58 am
    AT 1000 has four pin data link connection, using scs part number 070PZ-ZY30100.
    AT1100 and NT1100 have six pin data link connection using scs part number 070MZ-0010300.

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    Re: ODB2 adapter
    Reply #11 on: Dec 28, 2022, 12.21 pm
    Dec 28, 2022, 12.21 pm
    At the first opportunity I will insert a wire into that socket. Apart from breaking, I don't see what can happen  :007:

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    Re: ODB2 adapter
    Reply #12 on: Dec 02, 2023, 09.25 am
    Dec 02, 2023, 09.25 am
    El conector rojo es el que tenemos conectado el mapit ????