Aim Auxiliary Harness For Mxg, Mxs, Mxl2 Dashes on 2040-parts.com
Irvine, California, United States
This harness plugs into the 22-pin connector on either the AiM MXL2 or the AiM MXG dash. Several of the advanced functions rely on this harness, which is not included with the standard kit.
The Auxiliary Harness will provide access to the following functions:
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