Re: Connecting to Can Bus
Definitely solder. I work on cars quite often where someone did a bad wiring job and ended up with a list of problems. The horrible wiring ended up resulting in high resistance on one of the most delicate circuits on the vehicle. The can or bus line is the circuit that all the vehicle modules communicate with.
I also recommend soldering with a flame type solder gun (and I don't mean open flame). If you use an electric soldering gun you run the risk of sending voltage to the can/bus line, which can cause some serious damage
Last edited by Dub7sonoma; 05-19-2014 at 05:56 PM.
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