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This OBD II cable splitter will allow you to split our one OBD II port into two accessible OBD II Female ports.
16 pin OBD2 OBDII Splitter Extension Cable Male to Dual Female Y Cable
OBD II cable splitter, signal splitter.
Allows two devices to be connected simultaneously.
High-quality materials give the cable superior flexibility and durability.
Compatible diagnostic tools with a 16 pin socket.
Head type: OBD2
Car side: Straight J1962 male
Device side: Dual straight J1962 female
Wire: 16 Pin-to-Pin
Extension length: 30 CM
1 * OBD2 Extension Cable
Questions & Answers
Since its an OBDII, it can only connect to one device at a time. CANBUS can connect to multiple.
By Anil Sadhwani on September 7, 2017
Only if you're using it to extract information
By Greasy on June 28, 2017
yes it fits all cars 1996 and after
By Customer on April 28, 2018
It depends on each device's level of accuracy. I use the splitter for two devices, one is the Garmin ecoRoute HD accessory and the other is for the ScanGauge 2. I found that the speed I am traveling is the same on both of them and 1 MPH higher than the car's speedometer. You would have to found out how accurate each d… see more It depends on each device's level of accuracy. I use the splitter for two devices, one is the Garmin ecoRoute HD accessory and the other is for the ScanGauge 2. I found that the speed I am traveling is the same on both of them and 1 MPH higher than the car's speedometer. You would have to found out how accurate each device is to determine if the reading will be the same. see less
By James E. Verry on April 23, 2018
I have my splitter attached to an Elm327 Bluetooth sending unit that works with apps on my cell phone and a scangauge mounted on my dash. My 2014 Acura RDX doesn’t seem to send signals to theses units as well as my 2007 Ford Edge did. I think performance is more dependent on what is attached to the splitter and what i… see more I have my splitter attached to an Elm327 Bluetooth sending unit that works with apps on my cell phone and a scangauge mounted on my dash. My 2014 Acura RDX doesn’t seem to send signals to theses units as well as my 2007 Ford Edge did. I think performance is more dependent on what is attached to the splitter and what it is attached to, rather than the splitter itself. see less
By Steven F Wells on April 6, 2018
YES, I've run ScanGaugeII and a Bluetooth interface to an Andriod app with no complications.
By Tom S. on February 17, 2018
Mine gave me full access to plug in 2 ODB II readers ,at the same time.
By Mike Mccullough on February 12, 2018
Probably but it depends on the amount of power each wish to draw from the car. Passive devices like the ELM327 don't need external power but other devices may need it so check with each device to see if it can supply external power or does it depend on the car's OBD-II bus?
By Jeffrey on February 8, 2018
I believe so.
By David J. LaFlamme on January 29, 2018
I use the both at the same time in my 2013 CTS-V... I am not sure why yours will not....
By Big Tymer on January 26, 2018
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November 21, 2017
The cable incredibly substantial. It's much beefier than I imagined. You may need to warm up the plastic to force it to your will. Not too hot though. Just warm. That said, I've found that it might not exactly let you do what you want. If you have two OBD2 devices, they might work together, they might not. If you have a CANBUS device and an OBD2 device, your odds are probably better. If you have two CANBUS devices? I don't know that one. I have a dongle from my insurance company, and I have an ELM327 bluetooth device. They work okay together most of the time. It's been a while but if I recall correctly it seemed like the insurance one (hey, what, it gives me discounts) that one blinks red if I start the car with the ELM327 already attached. Or does it do that if I plug in the ELM327 after it's running? I can't remember. With my brother's insurance dongle, it won't let my ELM327 work, but his doesn't blink red. The cable is great. What you may want to do with it, that's a crapshoot.
By C. Vance
November 16, 2017
I would love to use this, but the cables are so stiff that they stick out several inches when this is plugged in. This cable was designed more for durability in a commercial setting, ie. like a garage or engineering situation. It's good if you have lots of leg room but in my case it gets in the way. If you have five inches of room from your connector or if you don't need to leave it plugged in all the time this will work. The company was super to deal with, they deserve six stars. They're in Phoenix so I returned the cable in person. They let me try a right angle cable to see if it would solve my clearance problem. It wouldn't fit because the connector in my car is recessed too far. I bought the cable off their website so they were able to issue me a refund right on the spot. They told me they designed all their cables for durability. And they listen to customer feedback.
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By Keath Marx
December 6, 2016
I got this for use in my Subaru I used for SCCA Autocross competition. I have an Edge CTS display installed which connects to the ECU to show gauges for various parameters the computer knows of such as boost. I also needed to plug in my data logger's ODBII interface cable to record data during runs. This cable worked flawlessly.
By Eric Andrew Becking
December 2, 2016
By John P. Mccarthy
November 14, 2016
This cable provides me with easier access to the installed connector in my RV. I needed to augment my dashboard with digital gauges (Scangauge II, Ultragauge,etc) and still retain a connection for a portable code reader. This cable satisfies that need quite well. I can keep the onboard gauge connection hidden and reach the alternate connector without having to squeeze under the dashboard.
By Luc S
November 7, 2016
I needed to get 2 devices plugged in to my OBDII slot - a gauge/engine monitor and an insurance big brother thing. This did the trick. Yeah, the wires are a little stiff, but it works. Both devices seem to be getting signal and power. Definitely a good idea to verify where your OBDII slot is before you get one of these - if it is pointing down towards your pedals (like my wife's car), this is a no-go. This could result in a safety issue as it would project into where your feet are.
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