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Unread 01-27-2015, 06:34 PM   #1
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Currently when I need to program my Controller I have to get under the cart to plug it in. It would be a lot easier if I could connect to the PGM Communications port under the dash on my 2014 Precedent. It is not a connector that I am familiar with.
Does anyone know what kind of plug/jack this is?
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Unread 01-27-2015, 07:20 PM   #2
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Default Re: Test Plug on 2014 Precedent

Is it the round one with 4 pins?
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Yes.
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I believe that's the standard CC IQDM plug...
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I believe that's the standard CC IQDM plug...
Thats correct. However, I need to buy a matching plug to be able to construct an adapter to connect to my programmer. I need to the generic name of the plug so I can purchase one to wire up the adapter.
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Default Re: Test Plug on 2014 Precedent

I ran a ribbon cable from my controller (a Alltrax DCX500IQ) along side the other cables. I put DB9 plugs on both ends and installed it in the dash next to the Curtis connection. That way if I ever go back to the Curtis the connection will still be there.
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I found an adapter cable made for the CC to match the Curtis programmer to the Communications port. Looks like I can order it rather than building one myself.
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