Removal method varies by car, but the durable plastic often requires a strong tug to pop it off, and some slide outward. If you’d like to see how it’s done, try searching trim removal for your specific car on YouTube.
Unplug the existing LKAS camera and plug it into the harness. Now, plug the harness into the camera. The harness lives between the LKAS hardware and the original plug.
Peel off adhesive sticker and attach the harness inside the mirror trim area. Make sure you are still able to fit your trim over the harness.
The RJ45 cable must be brought across your car to your OBD port which is often found below the steering wheel to the left. Carefully run the cable behind the vehicle trim along the windshield, doorframe, or dash. Be sure to avoid any areas containing an airbag.
Plug the RJ45 cable into the power and then plug the power into the OBD port.
Tuck the USB-C cable in to the trim to the right of the rear view mirror area. Return the trim to its place.
First, figure out where on the windshield you would like to mount the device. We recommend it be centered on the windshield below the trim. In order for driver monitoring to work, you must be able to see the entire device when it is mounted. Be sure to leave enough room to remove the trim in the future. Clean the windshield before mounting. Remove adhesive and hold mount in place with light pressure for 10 seconds.
Plug the USB-C cable firmly into the back of the comma two. Make sure the cable is all the way in when the comma two turns on. Slide the comma two on to the mount and follow instructions on the screen to get started. You may need to wait a few minutes for cellular connection to reach your comma two.
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