SyncUP FLEET provides advanced, real-time fleet management and monitoring for businesses of all sizes.




About SyncUP FLEET

  • Optimize your fleet with fuel savings and maintenance updates
  • Increase productivity with detailed employee trip and route monitoring
  • Manage driver behavior with risk alerts and safety reports
  • Requires a computer with web browser to access the admin portal.
  • Vehicles must be compatible. Check the vehicle compatibility section.


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Install the device

  1. Before you begin, be sure you've checked compatibility and added a new vehicle in the SyncUP FLEET admin portal.
  2. Ensure no dash warning lights are on while the vehicle is running, and all other functions such as headlamps and flashers, etc. are working before installing the device.
  3. Make sure the vehicle is parked in a safe location and turned off.
  4. Connect your SyncUP FLEET to the engine diagnostic port, usually near the driver at knee level.
    • If the connection is successful, you will hear 6 quick beeps and all three lights on the device will flash briefly.
    • See images of the installation in the Quick Start Guide attached at to this document.
    • Make sure the device does not interfere with vehicle operation or when entering/existing.
    • Some vehicles use a different connection or are in locations that require an extension. A list of available harnesses is attached at to this document.
  5. With the vehicle parked outdoors, let run for three minutes and wait for all three LEDs to light up.
  6. Secure you device using the included cable tie.


Front LEDs

  • Red: Lights if device has power
  • Green: Lights if device has signal
  • Blue: Lights if device has GPS


Vehicle compatibility

While the best and most accurate place to get compatibility information is this helpful website, here are some general guidelines:


  • Most 1997 and newer light duty vehicles are compatible if they have the 16-pin connector. This includes cars, minivans, SUVs, and light trucks.
  • Medium duty vehicles, like step up vans or medium trucks, have varying compatibility.
  • Most 2000 and newer heavy duty vehicles are compatible with a harness if they have the 9-pin connector. This includes buses, tractor trucks, and semi trucks.


Get started with your device