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    Hello, could anyone tell me if this will work with navcoder.

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    Not something I know, can anyone offer any help with this?
     
     

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    Nope, that lead is purely for carsoft type interfaces, to go between the interface and the car.
    There is absolutely no electronics inside, and plugging it between a laptop and a car would put 12v into your serial port.
     
     

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