OBDII HUD ???

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  1. TARDIS

    TARDIS TYF Newbie

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    For a few reasons other than cool-Tech, I want to install a Heads Up Display

    I am looking for a stand alone, not an iPhone dock N mirror for the OBD.

    Most OBDII HUDs are for 2007 and later, like this guy's


    I have a '96 Yukon 2 Door with OBDII
    Anyone have any experience or suggestions on which OBDII HUDs are compatible with a 96 OBS?

    I know digital translation will be limited, but I'm looking for as much information from Speed/RPMs/Temps/PSIs to MPG/Volts or any other info I can get.

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    In 1996 GM used this OBDII protocol:

    SAE J1850 VPW
     
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    I bought one for my 02 and it didn't work. Protocol was too old I think.
     
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    how about the guts from a mid 1990s Pontiac Grand Prix? Didn't they have a HUD as an option? Did it require a special windshield?
     

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