Universal OBDII Extension Cable (98102) by Superchips®. Designed specifically for the TrailDash unit, this 30-inch extension cable allows the control screen to be held outside the vehicle when working under the hood, or to be permanently mounted further away from the center of your Jeep’s dashboard. This extension cable is not needed for normal TrailDash Dash Pod mounting.
- 30-inch cord length
- Designed specifically for use with the TrailDash controller
- Allows TrailDash control screen to be used outside the vehicle when working under the hood or underneath it
- Allows the TrailDash control screen to be mounted up high on your vehicle’s ceiling
- 1-year manufacturer warranty
- Proudly manufactured in the United States
This 30-inch OBD II extension cord is designed for use with your TrailDash control pad. If you are working under the hood of your vehicle or completely underneath it, this extension cord allows you to use the control pad wherever you’re standing. So if you need to vary engine rpms, see trouble codes as they occur, read fuel pressures, check voltage readings, or monitor fluid temperatures, you can do it all while you’re looking at the engine bay first hand. Or if you’re checking the operation of your electronic sway bar or locking differentials, the extension cord lets you use the controller to engage or disengage them while you’re underneath watching.
The OBD II extension cord also allows the reach needed to mount your TrailDash screen up high inside your vehicle if you choose. Or in any interior location that’s further away than the center area of your dashboard. Superchips engineering and manufacturing expertise ensures high quality materials and construction, and the company backs the OBD II extension cable with a one-year warranty against manufacturing defects.
Founded in the United Kingdom as P.J. Detection Techniques in 1977, Superchips was originally involved in racing and became one of the first tuner companies to gain in-depth expertise on modifying engines equipped with electronic fuel injection systems. As engineering expertise grew on a variety of fuel systems and engine types, the company first debuted a line of power-enhancing performance products to the consumer market in England, then worldwide. After changing their name to Superchips in 1991, the company established itself in the United States a year later. The company grew to specialize in hand-held programmers and today remains on the cutting edge of turning modern computer-controlled vehicle functions into creative tuning applications. In 2005, Superchips was acquired by MSD Performance and became affiliated with MSD Ignition, Edge Products and Racepak parts. Today, Superchips USA is based out of Sanford, Florida and performs all production in the United States.