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  1. JWardell

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    I've been keeping tabs on add-on HUD displays after all the discussion here, and I grabbed this one for $30 when I realized our new CX-5 had no digital speedometer, knowing that I might install one in the Model 3.




    Most others require an OBDII port connection and will not work with M3, but this one just uses a standard 12v connection.

    [Also, not sure where to place the thread, but I hope the forum soon creates sections for aftermarket mods and accessories]
     
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      we don't yet have confirmation of OBDII one way or the other, so it just as likely may have the port.
       
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        @MelindaV well we did have that report from @TrevP where an employee said the Roav Navdy would not work and some other indications that the OBDII connector would be missing.
        Of course I usually create my own 12v connection from a fuse tap in my cars and wire all my electronics to it inside the dashboard for nice clean installs, but it will be a while before I have a Model 3 to tear apart.
         
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          Should be easier in the model 3. You may only need 5v (device depending) and you could pull that from the usb plug.
           
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            Is there a link to where you got the unit?
             

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