Nexiq has also changed the contents of the package. The NEXIQ-2 USB Link no longer comes with any installation media, but this actually makes sense. Since Nexiq appears to update drivers every 60 days or so, the CDs that used to come with the original unit were often outdated by the time the customer received the unit. To force the customer to download the latest versions from their website isn’t a horrible thing, and it also makes sure that customers will always install the most recent version.
So you found a great deal on a NEXIQ Technologies 125032 USB-Link from www.obd2tool.com. Sounds great! Hey that $50 savings is a steak dinner, so what if the product has a 3-4 week delivery, if it is $50 off the deal. ? While you are ordering the USB-Link go ahead and grab yourself a Rolex watch. it is even a better deal!
As with the late model original USB Links, Nexiq is now supplying a very long 6/9 pin connector. It is roughly 3 long. Our assumption for this design change is that on the previous models with the short connector, it would sometimes cause the adapter to hang in a location that could cause it to be damaged if the door of the cab was closed on it. This new model also includes the standard 15 USB cable.
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