giraffe is an adapter board that lets you read the data from your car that isn't typically accessible from the OBD-II port. The giraffe connects to the existing Lane Keeping Assist Camera (LKAS) which is found at the top of the car windshield towards the center.
The LKAS camera will be covered by a plastic housing. You can apply gentle force to remove the cover. Here are some removal instructions.
Currently we sell four giraffes: Toyota, Honda Bosch, Honda Nidec, and Honda Nidec (Inverted). The Toyota giraffe supports all Toyota and Lexus vehicles. If you own a Honda or Acura you will have three giraffe options. Check the pictures below to determine which type of connector your car has.
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