Thread: OBD2 Splitter
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Old 01-07-2022, 09:43 AM   #1
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Drives: 2010 Camaro 2SS/RS A6
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OBD2 Splitter

Has anyone tried an OBD2 splitter in order to feed two different devices? I have tried two different splitters to feed my after-market HUD as well as my iDatalink Maestro. When I have both devices plugged in and receiving data, the HUD glitches. When I disable the feed on the Maestro (there's an option in the settings), then the HUD works normally. this has occurred with both splitters I've tried so far. Wondering if there is a splitter that allows both devices to receive OBD2 without interference or glitching.
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