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Old 05-16-2015, 06:47 AM   #1
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Livewire TS cable routing

Just picked up a Livewire TS from Bama. The only disappointment so far has been the OBDII cable. On the online images the cable has a 90 degree bend where it attaches to the unit. Unfortunately in reality the cable is straight. Who wants a fat cable across the dash?? Tucking it in between windshield and dash. The cable also has an inline block for other connections which is darn awkward to hide. The dash side panel you see with a driver's side door open seems removable. BeforeI go tucking to remove this, I though I'd ask where others are hiding this cable block. Any input is greatly appreciated.
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i pulled out my LH vent and stuck a piece of custom cut wood in there with a ball screwed on the end to mount the holder. it works well,is hidden out of sight. i also heard that SCT have released a new version of the livewire ts with a obd plug on back instead of the side
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Thanks eats. I looked at the Livewire TS + (with the port in the rear) but figured no big deal because of the 90 cable as shown in the marketing picture. I got my cable inline block tucked away after messing with spacing and a generous application of zip ties under the dash.
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