Obd2 Connector Locations?

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Every car and light truck that was built and sold in the United States after January 1, 1996 were required to be OBD 2 equipped. The OBD 2 means the on-board diagnostic system of your vehicle. The OBD 2 connector is used to connect a diagnostic scan tool to the vehicle when something is wrong that will show codes for problems. The OBD 2 connecter locations are all located within three feet of the driver. They must be visible and need no tools to be revealed.
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Where the location is of the OBD2 Connector is not standardized. The location will vary by make and model. An OBD is also known as an on-board diagnostic system or tool. It refers to the self diagnostic tool that is used in the automotive industry. The computerized tool allows the vehicle computers to transmit data that will assist the technician in determining and repairing any issues that may need addressing. These tools use diagnostic trouble codes to pass information. They are also known as DTC's.
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Under the steering colum near fuse box, brake pedal, gas pedal area. and if you don't know where to hook it up at, odds are you don't know how to fix the problem with your $100 scan
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Under the dash near the steering column.
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The OBD2 port is found in the driver-side foot well of the
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the OBD2 plus is located under steering wheel. There *may* be a cover hiding it, so look carefully. It's a regular serial cable.
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