Cobb AccessPORT holder for Subaru WRX
by reeseallen, published
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This is a holder for the Cobb AccessPORT that can be used to mount it to the vent grille to the left of the steering wheel on a Subaru WRX. Definitely works on the '02-03 WRX, might work for later models. The cord clip allows you to unplug the AP when you aren't driving the car to avoid damaging the screen by leaving it on all the time, and holds the connector conveniently right below its socket so that you can plug it in quickly when you want to use it. I printed mine in ABS using my Prusa.
Specifically, this is designed for the version 2b AP, which has separate sockets for the OBD2 plug and mini-USB cable. This does not work with the V1 or V3 AP, and probably doesn't work with the original V2 AP which only had one socket.
Print the holder and two clips, then use acetone or superglue to attach the clips to the holder.
The fingers will eventually start to snap off if you're not careful. Low infill is not recommended. I've gone through two of these now and am currently printing a replacement for the second one with 80% infill. Previously, I was using ~30% infill.
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