Example Vehicle: Peugeot Boxer 2019
OBD Port Location: Behind the panel to the right hand side of of steering wheel
OBD Port located at the bottom in the centre:
If connecting the OBD unit without the discreet Y-splitter cable then simply connect on to the yellow plug and check for the lights lighting up on the side of the unit.
If using the Y-splitter cable then begin removing the original OBD port using a flat blade screwdriver to release the clip holding it in place:
Remove the OBD port and ensure full cable length is released also:
Connect the Y-splitter cable to the original OBD port and then hide discreetly behind fuse panel:
Fix the replacement female OBD port in to the new mounting bracket supplied with the Y-splitter cable and locate a suitable location to install it:
Mount the replacement bracket in a suitable location as shown below:
Cable tie and hide any excess cabling:
Ensure the OBD unit is cable tied in to position also, with top side facing up. This is important for the GPS and accelerometer functions to work correctly.