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AutoMeter’s new state of the art AirDrive module provides a plug and play solution that wirelessly transmits data through a secure WiFi network from your vehicle to our award winning AirDrive gauges. Program configurable colors, warning points and peak recall functions through AutoMeter’s free AirDrive smartphone app. Quick and easy installation is as simple as plugging the control module into the vehicle’s OBDII port, mounting and powering gauges, and connecting to the mobile app, eliminating any fear of voiding factory warranties on your new vehicle. The AirDrive system is capable of broadcasting two additional analog sensor inputs to deliver information not found on your vehicle’s data bus. Take plug and play performance to the next level with the AutoMeter AirDrive system.
Works with most 1996 and newer OBDII vehicles. Download the free iOS or Android AirDrive App to verify compatibility and available parameters.
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- ADDITIONAL NOTES
- Works with most 1996 and newer OBDII vehicles. Download the free iOS or Android AirDrive App to verify compatibility and available parameters.
- For use with AutoMeter’s AirDrive gauges and mobile app
- WiFi connectivity to smart phone or tablet devices
- Two additional sensor inputs for expanded parameters
- Micro USB port for PC update
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Hi, the manual says the Airdrive has "two additional sensor inputs for expanded parameters," but I didn't see any documentation on how to utilize these inputs. What can you connect to them? Can you point me in the right direction?Hi Corey, thank you for reaching out to us. There are 4 auxiliary sensor options available for AirDrive; 6050, 6052, 6054, and 6056. They can be found within the following instructions: https://www.autometer.com/media/manual/2650-1884.pdf https://www.autometer.com/media/manual/2650-1877.pdf If you have additional questions, give us a call at 866-248-6357 or send us and email here: https://www.autometer.com/contactsDate published: 2019-03-05
Ok my question is dose the air drive only sends signal to airdrive gauges or will it also send info to a iOS or android device so I can see rpm boost ext. On the iOS or android deviceThank you for the question. The 9110 exclusively drives the AirDrive gauges and will not connect to a mobile device. Our 6035 DashLink will connect to an iOS or Android device using the DashLink app.Date published: 2019-01-17
Will a 2004 Lincoln Town Car output transmission temp readings to this device? I checked on the app preview and the car is listed with transmission temp available but on the app shows a disclaimer that what the app says may not be 100% accurate.Thank you for reaching out to us. Transmission Temperature is listed as one of the extended OBD-II parameters for Ford/Lincoln that are accessible through the AirDrive system. Based on this information and what you're seeing in the app, this is a good sign and likely it will be available. However, due to the nature of OBD-II technology and the vast array of vehicle types, years, etc, there is still no way for us to make any guarantee.Date published: 2018-12-31
I downloaded the app and my 2018 Camaro SS was not an option. Is this not compatible?Thank you for reaching out to us. Officially, it won't be compatible, but it's very likely that selecting the 2017 model will give you some of the same available OBD-II PIDs (parameter IDs). We do plan to update the app to officially include the later models, but have no release date for that update at this time. Send us an email with what you're looking to monitor and we may be able to provide additional information or an alternative gauge: https://www.autometer.com/contactsDate published: 2018-11-27
I can't find any airdrive compatible speedometers - why is that not available. I have another OBD2 device for monitoring my engine and other parameters via my phone, and it contains speed. Is there some reason there's no speedometer gauge available?Hi Daniel, thank you for the question. AirDrive was always intended as an add-on/auxiliary gauge series and there are no plans to offer any additional instruments like a speedometer, fuel level, or voltmeter. We would recommend the Elite Series for something more comparable that would offer a full set.Date published: 2018-09-05
I'm interested in logging OBCII raw data. What access will the system give me to direct sensor readings?Thank you for the question. The AirDrive system is specifically designed provide data for the specific AirDrive gauges to display. There really is no way to grab that data and use it for data logging or another device. Our 6035 DashLink will grab OBD-II data and will send that data to our app, which provides some data logging capabilities within the app, but no way to data log outside of the app.Date published: 2018-07-30
I have an Edge Products Evolution CTS2 tuner on 2017 Ford F150 3.5 Ecoboost. Any issues using AirDrive gauges and your SIGNAL SPLITTER / ADAPTER, OBD-II Product # 5323? I've read splitting the OBDII signal, sometimes things don't play well with othersThank you so much for contacting us. While we've not tested an Edge tuner, the problems that typically arise in splitting a signal are based on two devices looking at the exact same piece of information at the same time. In these instances, it can slow down the response as there's only so much processing power/bandwidth within the vehicle's computer system. I've successfully run both the AutoMeter DashLink program and a Cobb Accessport simultaneously but did see a tiny bit of lag. Hope this helps!Date published: 2018-05-29
I downloaded the AirDrive app to see what gauges are supported for my 2017 F150 3.5L Ecoboost. I chose F150, but when the list came up, it said F150 Raptor. Mine isn't a Raptor. Just want to make sure these work on a non-Raptor truckThank you so much for contacting us. A non- Raptor 3.5L truck should have very close to the exact same compatibility that the Raptor version has. There are variances vehicle to vehicle that sometimes pop up, but we've not seen any indication that the standard truck is functionally different than the Raptor. Hope this helps!Date published: 2018-05-29
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