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Introduction

This guide provides the steps to install the Xirgo XT-63xx on Light Duty vehicles with the ECMD powered cable.

NOTE 1:No 3-wire install, unless prior approval from Verizon Connect. The ECMD cable provides power.

NOTE 2: If the device does not recognize ignition status from the ECM, contact Support. The device may need an updated configuration.

  1. Record serial number
    • Record serial number

    • You will need the serial number to link the unit to the vehicle and to verify operation. It is best to record the S/N before starting installation.

  2. Amber - Cellular Signal Solid - Ignition ON; Cellular network lock
    • Amber - Cellular Signal

    • Solid - Ignition ON; Cellular network lock

    • Flashing - Ignition OFF

    • Fast Flashing - Ignition ON; Searching for cellular network

    • Bluetooth

    • Flashing - Bluetooth connected

    • Green - GPS

    • Flashing = Satellite count +1

  3. Find a location for device to be installed such as behind the instrument cluster, A-pillar or knee panel.
    • Find a location for device to be installed such as behind the instrument cluster, A-pillar or knee panel.

    • Unit needs to be mechanically secured with Zip-ties, Velcro, etc...

    • Device should be installed (sticker side up) with a clear line of site out of the vehicle for best reception.

    • Device will work through glass, plastic, and most composites.

    • Do Not place directly under metal!

    • Do not cover the ESN/Serial Number with two sided tape. The label will peel and be unreadable when the tape is removed.

  4. Plug the ECMD cable into the Xirgo device. If no peripherals are being installed, proceed to the Step 8 - Device Mounting Locations.
    • Plug the ECMD cable into the Xirgo device.

    • If no peripherals are being installed, proceed to the Step 8 - Device Mounting Locations.

    • Picture 2 - Identifying Cable Ends

    • 14 pin ECMD cable end

    • OBDII Bypass Connector end

    • OBDII Replacement Connector end

  5. Plug 24 pin I/O harness connector into the device.
    • Plug 24 pin I/O harness connector into the device.

    • Only use if peripherals are present. (Driver ID and PTO are available for Gov. customer.)

  6. Wire colors may change, always verify the pin number. Input 1=Pin 6; (+) Positive input
    • Wire colors may change, always verify the pin number.

    • Input 1=Pin 6; (+) Positive input

    • Input 2=Pin 7; (-) Negative input

    • Picture 2

    • Garmin

    • Panic/Privacy

    • Driver ID Buzzer

    • Driver ID Reader

  7. Verify the customer approves of the mounting location and always look for safe clearance before you proceed with drilling. Mount the Driver ID Reader in a location convenient for the driver to use, such as the right of the steering column. Stay consistent with the placement in each vehicle whenever possible.
    • Verify the customer approves of the mounting location and always look for safe clearance before you proceed with drilling.

    • Mount the Driver ID Reader in a location convenient for the driver to use, such as the right of the steering column. Stay consistent with the placement in each vehicle whenever possible.

    • Install the Driver ID reader by drilling a 3/8" hole into a dash panel with at least 3/4" minimum clearance depth behind the panel.

    • Remove the retaining washer from the back of the reader then feed the 2 pin harness through the hole. Now slide the retaining washer back onto the harness until it is snug against the back of the panel to secure the reader in place.

    • Snap the 2 pin Driver ID connector into the Driver ID Reader cable head of the I/O harness, and secure the excess cabling using a zip tie.

    • Picture 2 - External Driver ID Buzzer Power When an ECMD diagnostic harness is used to power the device the Driver ID buzzer requires a 12V source to operate.

    • With the 24 pin harness disconnected from the unit, join its red and white wires together using a butt connector or crimp cap to supply power to the external buzzer.

    • Snap the 3 pin buzzer connector into the buzzer cable head of the I/O harness and secure it using a zip tie.

  8. Remove the vehicle's OBDII diagnostic connector from the OEM mount. Insert the OEM OBDII connector into the bypass connector portion of the diagnostic Y-cable to provide power and diagnostics data feed.
    • Remove the vehicle's OBDII diagnostic connector from the OEM mount.

    • Insert the OEM OBDII connector into the bypass connector portion of the diagnostic Y-cable to provide power and diagnostics data feed.

    • (Photo 2) Re-mount the replacement OBDII port assembly into the OEM location.

    • Secure all cabling safely away from interfering with the vehicle's operation .

  9. Route cabling and device to the mounting location you have chosen. Picture 2 - Use zip ties or VHB tape to secure the unit in a skyward facing position in a location not directly blocked by metal.
    • Route cabling and device to the mounting location you have chosen.

    • Picture 2 - Use zip ties or VHB tape to secure the unit in a skyward facing position in a location not directly blocked by metal.

    • Verify operation through the Reveal Hardware installer app or call the Reveal Technician Support line to verify install at 866-908-1165

    • Download the Reveal Hardware Installer application for iOS and Android at the Apple App Store or Google Play Store

Conclusion

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