Originally Posted by Adam @ Range
Yeah - we don't recommend that test, but I have done it hundreds of times. According to our engineering folks, there is about a 1 in a million chance of something going wrong.
Yeah, cam62, good test. I'm not up on automobile computer electronics, but it seems to me it would be BEST to plug-in and unplug this device only when the ignition is fully OFF. Voltage spikes, etc., can do nasty things. Again, maybe it doesn't matter but that is one test I will NOT be doing. Thanks for the info though.
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