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Old 03-05-2019, 12:08 PM   #1
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I have a 2007 Bounder on a workhorse chassis. There are 3 connectors under the dash which I have identified one to be the OBD 11, what are the other two connectors for?
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I have a 2007 Bounder on a workhorse chassis. There are 3 connectors under the dash which I have identified one to be the OBD 11, what are the other two connectors for?
I believe the round one is for the "special" reader for the ABS system. I KNOW the trapezoid-shaped one is the OBD II port, and have no idea what your "third" one might be.
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I believe the round one is for the "special" reader for the ABS system. I KNOW the trapezoid-shaped one is the OBD II port, and have no idea what your "third" one might be.
I just read in another thread that the round port is for the Allison tranny. It is possible what I wrote (above) is incorrect.
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Could it be a brake controller connection?
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