Today in our 2006 Ford F250 Diesel, we're going to be installing the Edge insight CTS comprehension gauge display system, Part # EP83830. The first thing we need to do is locate our OBD 2 port. Next, we can mount our display up on our windshield where we want it. We'll use the alcohol wipe to clean the glass before we attach the suction cup mount. With the glass clean we can go ahead and secure our suction cup mount. Next we'll connect our cable to the back of the CTS monitor.
Then we'll fit it on to our suction cup mount and make sure it's secure and begin running the cable down towards our OBD 2 port. We're going to use the seal here that seals the body of the truck to the interior panels and were just going to tuck our wire behind the seal. We'll follow it all the way down and we'll find a way to cut over across our dash to the OBD 2 port. We'll coil up any excess and use our include zip ties to secure it. The OBD 2 port is located at the bottom of the dash close to the center console.
With all our cable added, we can go ahead and connect the CTS monitor to our OBD 2 port. And with that, our installation is complete. That does it for our install of the Edge CTS comprehensive gauge display system, Part # EP83830 on our 2006 Ford F250.
Today on our 2003 Ford F-250 Super Duty, we're going to be installing the Edge Performance products dash pod adapter, part number EP98003. We already have the dash pod installed upon our dash. It's designed to work with the older Edge Evolution programmers. However, on this truck we have an Edge CTS. So well need to use this adapter to adapt the CTS or even the CS models to our currently installed dash pod. Next, well take the adapter and slide it onto the back of our Edge CTS or CS programmer.
Today on this 2003 Ford F250 Super Duty, we're going to be installing the Edge Performance Products Dash Pod Mount for Edge Tuners, part number EP18300. The first thing we need to do is take our Dash Mount Pod and set it up on top of our dash and figure out where it's going to be placed. Once we have it in position, we'll use some masking tape to tape around it to indicate where we need to reset it when we go to adhere it later. With our mount in position, we'll take some more tape and secure it to our dash temporarily. We'll get the brackets that came with the kit, and make sure that they are angled properly to fit the contours of the pod as well as our dash. We're going to mark the indentations on the inside on the inside of our pod so that we can see them a little bit easier.