- February 3, 2014
- Reaction score
- City, State
- Year, Model & Trim Level
- 2014 Ford Explorer XLT
Really? So you ran the harness around to the drivers side and plugged it into the OBD II plug under the steering wheel? Did it come with directions that detailed that? That seems odd because it would need to be unplugged to use the OBD port for any diagnostics. Must be a different version because the harness that came with mine had a much smaller plug than the OBD port.
Yes, the harness plugs into the OBD II port, This is a T harness, you have to remove the OBD II port from the IP Frame, then connect the T harness, one end of the T harness will basically replace the OBD II port which can be use for diagnostics. If you follow the link from Benny's post#197, it has the installation instructions that shows the details of the T harness connections.
The difference in the harness is probably because this is now sold separately and not a package (vss and rmu) as it was before. (just my guess)