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Superchips 42050 Traildash2 Tuner on


Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States

Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States
Used as a demo for evaluation and review purposes for one month, then returned to stock settings and is 100% ready to be used in any Jeep with confidence. Comes with Box and original packing as well as all mounts.
Brand:Superchips Manufacturer Part Number:42050

Bigger and better. That’s how we’d describe TrailDash2 (TD2). In addition to the new slim case design, we also upgraded to a 5 Inch full-color display making our gauges the sleekest in the industry. We didn’t stop at making the display larger, we also made it better with a new high resolution screen. To complete the streamlined new look, our engineers added one simple HDMI style plug for power and linking EAS accessories. Engage your lockers, bypass TPMS, and more with the Rubicon screen! The all-new EAS switch screen enables you to engage your lights, and other mods on your Jeep.

This tuner was used for just over a month, as a review piece. It is in 100% stock condition, not Vin-locked and ready to be used in any of the Jeep models it is designed to work with.

I also have an EAS accessory control switch, so please check my other auctions if you are looking to power lights.

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