It’s easy to install! Follow the video guides or use the step-by-step walk through below.
If setting up in a Nissan or GM, see install locations here.
Installation takes most users 30 minutes
How to upgrade from comma two to comma three
Removal method varies by car. The durable plastic often requires a strong tug to pop it off on Hondas. Toyotas often need a slide outward. If you’d like to see how it’s done, find a comma installation guide for your specific make on YouTube.
Unplug the existing LKAS camera connector and plug it into the harness. Now, connect the other end of the harness back into the LKAS camera.
Find where to place the harness box so the trim can still be installed over it. Peel off adhesive sticker and attach the harness in place.
Ensure the cable is fully seated.
The RJ45 cable must be brought across your car to your OBD-II port which is almost always found below the steering wheel to the left. Carefully run the cable behind the vehicle trim along the windshield, doorframe, or dash.
Plug the RJ45 cable into the comma power and then plug the comma power into the OBD-II port.
Ensure the cable is fully seated. For comma three, ensure the straight end is connected to the harness box.
Ensure the car harness fully fits inside the trim. Have the OBD-C cable come out of the top.
Clean the mounting area with the included alcohol wipe and let it dry.
Ensure the top of the mount is fully visible from the driver's seat.
Peel off the 3M tape on the mount. Press firmly in the center of the mount, then the edges. Ensure no bubbles form.
The mount must cure for 48 hours before installing the comma device. Skipping this step will compromise the integrity of the mount.
Clean all three lenses with the included microfiber cloth.
Plug the OBD-C cable into the back of the comma device. Make sure the cable is all the way in.
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