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Ramantanis Dimitris
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Hi Dimitris,

Here is our page of CAN cables and connectors:

http://www.linkecu.com/products/InstallationAccessories/can 

If you have a G4+ Storm or Xtreme wire-in ECU you will need part number "CANF". See PCLink Help > Wiring Information > Communications Port Pinout to know which pins are CAN High and CAN Low.

If you have a G4+ Atom wire-in ECU the CAN wires come out the main connector. See PCLink Help > Wiring Information > Atom Header Pinout to know which pins are CAN High and CAN Low.

If you have a plug-in ECU you will need "CANPCB" and "CANF". See PCLink Help > Wiring Information > Communications Port Pinout to know which pins are CAN High and CAN Low.

The CAN High and CAN Low wires from the ECU need to be connected to the OBD2 Port. The attached diagram shows the correct pins in the OBD2 Port. 

General information on how to wire a CAN bus can be found under PCLink Help > Wiring Information > Communication Wiring > CAN Bus Wiring.

The part number for an OBD2 upgrade on your ECU is +OBD.

Scott

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