GC012 X-Connect OBDII Connector
X-Connect OBDII Connector allows you to directly connect to the OBDII port found in vehicles 1996 and newer. The OBDII Connector is usually found under the dashboard and provides an easy way to charge and maintain a battery without any direct interaction with the battery. Or use with 13.6V Supply Mode found on select battery charger models to maintain vehicle power during battery replacements.
More ways to charge.
Rugged, water-resistant plug-n-play connections for maximum performance.
Permanently mount eyelet connectors on multiple vehicles to make hard-to-access batteries easy to charge. Charge through the 12V auxiliary or OBDII port from inside a vehicle, or simply extend the reach of your accessories. Whatever the case may be, X-Connect creates a solid weatherproof connection that provides maximum current flow and makes interconnecting different applications fast and easy. The possibilities are endless.
Connect to your car without opening the hood.
All cars 1996 and newer are required to have an OBDII port. From this port you can charge your car battery directly without even having to open your hood. If you have an older car and want to charge from the inside, check out our 12-volt port connector.
An added layer of protection.
Sometimes electrical systems can overload or short-circuit if not used correctly (like pushing too much power, or jamming the cord in your door or hood). Although those situations are rare, the fuse is there to stop any potential harm to you or damage to your equipment.
- Charge and maintain your battery directly through your OBDII port
- Maintain battery power during replacement on vehicles 1996 and newer
- Built-in fuse protection for increased safety
- More ways to charge with plug-n-play accessory changes
- Rugged, watertight connector for extreme environments
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including LEAD which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to P65Warnings.ca.gov.